Setting the policy to Enabled or leaving it unset turns Renderer Code Integrity on.
Setting the policy to Disabled has a detrimental effect on Google Chrome's security and stability as unknown and potentially hostile code can load inside Google Chrome's renderer processes. Only turn off the policy if there are compatibility issues with third-party software that must run inside Google Chrome's renderer processes.
Note: Read more about Process mitigation policies ( https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src/+/HEAD/docs/design/sandbox.md#Process-mitigation-policies ).
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