The existence of another address bar spoofing bug has been revealed, and this one affects the Android Chrome browser.
Google is slowly but surely working on preventing developers of malicious Chrome extensions from delivering their wares to users.
Potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) might not be as dangerous as malware, but can often lead to unexpected perils.
Google's Password Alert extension for Chrome, which was released on Wednesday, has received its first critical security update less than 24 hours later, as infosec consultant Paul Moore came up with a simple exploit that bypasses it.
Google has released Chrome 42 to the stable channel, and among the changes announced is one that will automatically block Oracle's Java plugin and other plugins that use the old NPAPI (Netscape Plugin API).
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