Google is expanding its Advanced Protection Program to its Chrome browser. From a report: If you’re an Advanced Protection Program user and you have sync turned on in Chrome, you will now automatically receive stronger protections against risky downloads. Google didn’t go into much detail regarding the protections, likely not to publicly give away how they work. But the company did say that when users attempt to download “certain risky files,” Chrome will now show additional warnings, or in some cases even block the downloads outright. The warnings are, however, only available in Chrome for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Google is not rolling out the Advanced Protection Program to Chrome for Android and iOS.