How to Turn Off Safe Browsing in Google Chrome

Google Chrome is one of the fast and secure browser, which people love to use for surfing and web development purpose. In my previous post, I told about how to install Chrome using Google Chrome offline installer. Chrome always uses safe browsing technology to serve a virus free environment of web browsing.

I always use one site (can’t mention) to download latest movies. Yesterday when I tried to open that site, Chrome showed me an error that “The site ahead contains malware” and I couldn’t be able to open it. This thing happens due to enabling of the Safe browsing option on Google Chrome. Safe browsing always examines web page material and alerts you if a site seems risky. If you are suffering from low computer remove old Chrome versions to save Disk space.
Turn Off Safe Browsing in Google Chrome
Always keep turn on the Safe Browsing feature is a smart choice for everyone. Because it protects you from various phishing and malware containing sites. If you want to disable safe browsing in Google Chrome for a particular of time, then you can easily do it.

Turn Off Safe Browsing on Computer

When Chrome warns you for a bad site, go to Settings and click on “Show advanced settings…”. In Privacy section, uncheck the “Enable phishing and malware protection”. After that reload the page which you want to browse.
Turn Off Safe Browsing in Google Chrome
Now now warning is there. This is the procedure to disable the safe browsing feature on your computer’s Chrome browser.

Turn Off Safe Browsing on Android/iPhone

The malware detection feature works same for your Android or iOS devices on Google Chrome browser. If you want to put it out on your smartphone to access risky sites, then follow the below procedure.
Turn Off Safe Browsing on Android/iPhone
Open Chrome browser on your smartphone and open Settings (tap on the three-dotted icon). On the Advanced section tap on Privacy. Here, uncheck the “Safe Browsing” option. That’s it.

This is all about, how to turn off safe browsing in Google Chrome. After complete your work doesn’t forget to enable this feature again to stay safe on the Internet. If this article is helpful to you, then don’t forget to comment below.

12 COMMENTS

  1. Like so many others, I get this screen when I try to go to a download screen. I use this page pretty frequently. Is there a way to exclude this screen from being blocked??

    • use adblocker (if your using chrome)if you are having trouble downloading it or dont know how to go to youtube on a tutorial on downloding it

  2. This is bizarre. Got the huge red warning page but the details revealed that there had not been any bad software on the site for the last 90 days… also if the malware is drive-by, e.g. installs without me doing anything through the browser, then surely Google Chrome, being the browser, is going to not allow that?! Turned off. Bunch of nonsense.

  3. Is there a way to allow a specific url, or web page, to be exempt from Google Safe Browsing?
    Is there a way to add a web page or a domain url to some kind of exempt list, within the chrome settings, that would stop google safe browsing from continually bringing up that red screen on a page that you visit often?

    • I was looking for the same thing but don't believe there is. To be safe and protect your CPU use Malwarebytes..It give you excellent protection and removal. It works well with Google Chrome and there is a free version and advanced version you can pay for. Both work well

  4. Also, if you click 'details' on the red warning screen shown above, you can then opt to continue to the risky site without turning off phishing and malware protection overall …

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