Use this Microsoft Edge feature to see if you can trust a website you visit
Online security is becoming a cause of concern these days, with the advent of hackers and sleuths online, who can tap into your privacy with just a few taps. One of the ways these scammers and hackers trick users into compromising their safety online, is by creating counterfeit websites that look genuine, but the moment you sign up into it, your data is extracted and then used for malicious activities. To counter this danger, tech companies who make their own web browsers, have started adding in security checks and reports for the websites you visit, and whenever you are on a website that seems suspicious, the browser warns you and sometimes even prevents you from accessing the site completely. The new chromium based Microsoft Edge browser also features a website check report available that shows you whether the site is safe, the cookies access and the data that is being collected from you. This way, you get a clear picture of what you are signing up for whenever you visit a particular website.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the Microsoft Edge feature to see if you can trust a website that you visit.
Step 1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser on your computer.