Google has developed a new method to stop malicious Google search engines from hijacking a user’s Google search experience.
The company says the new method has been tested in more than 70 million Google searches since it was introduced in February.
The technology was developed to protect users from malicious software that hijacks a user search experience or redirects the user to a page that appears to be another website.
Google says that it can detect more than 1 million such malicious programs.
The technology, called “hemi engine,” works by redirecting the user’s browser to a different webpage.
The software then performs an authentication process on the browser to identify the malicious program and send a warning to the malicious user to stop it from accessing the Google Search Engine.
The program also checks the user password before redirecting them to the original Google page.
The user then has to agree to accept the offer.
Google says it has tested this new Google search system in more.
10 million search engines hijacked users in March 2017.
In April, the company began rolling out the new Google Search engine blocking feature to all users in the United States and Canada.
In the United Kingdom, Google introduced a similar blocking feature for users in April 2017.
Google’s new blocking system was announced during the annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday.
The new blocking feature, dubbed “Google Search Engine Blocker,” works in two steps: first, it asks the user if they want to accept Google’s new offer.
The browser checks the answer and if the answer is yes, it blocks the malicious website from visiting the user.
Google has said that the company will test the system for over a year and then implement the new system nationwide.
Google also says that the new blocking mechanism is designed to prevent search engines, including Google, from hijackbing user searches.
Google says that users can stop a malicious Google website from accessing their Google search settings by installing a new browser extension.
Users can also uninstall the extension by clicking the Google Play Store button, going to the extension’s settings page, and uninstalling the extension.
Google also released a guide to how to install the Google Chrome extension to stop an unauthorized Google search from hijaking a user interface.
The new blocking method will be tested in the Google search results of more than 700 million websites and search engine ads in the U.S., Canada, and the United Arab Emirates, according to Google.
This story was updated to add a statement from Google.