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To protect your privacy and security, if Secure DNS lookup is turned on, Chrome encrypts your information during the lookup process. By default, Secure DNS in Chrome is turned on in automatic mode. If Chrome has issues looking up a site in this mode, it'll look up the site in the unencrypted mode. You can select a custom provider.How do I change my Chrome privacy settings?
On your computer, open Chrome. At the top right, click More Settings. Click Privacy and security and choose your settings. To control how Chrome handles content and permissions for a site, click Site settings. To delete information from your browsing activity, like your history, cookies, or saved passwords, click Clear browsing data.What is the Safety Check feature in Chrome?
Chrome’s safety check can confirm the overall security and privacy of your browsing experience. It tells you if any passwords saved in Chrome have been compromised, flags dangerous extensions, and helps you ensure that your security protections are up to date.