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Added "what we work on" section.
For more details, check out our [[SecurityEngineering/Strategy|strategy]].
==What we work on==
The core security guarantee of the web is that it’s safe to browse. You can run a web browser and connect to any web server on the planet, and whatever that server sends you, it won’t be able to harm you.
Delivering on this promise requires many layers of assurance:
That the browser itself is safe to run -- that no malicious code has been introduced, and that we find and fix vulnerabilities before they can be exploited.
That the browser is protecting web content as it’s delivered over the network.
That that web content is forced to play by our rules, including assuring that privacy-sensitive actions that web pages take are gated on a user’s permission.
That we’re providing a user experience that helps people understand the risks and how they can stay safe.
For more details see our [[Security/Roadmap|security roadmap]].
==Major Efforts==
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