If you are a Mozilla Firefox, Thunderbird or Seamonkey user, you should implement the latest patches issued by the company as soon as possible, as they fix a critical bug whose exploitation can lead to successful Man-in-the-Middle attacks.
Earlier this year, Google has made it so that extension that are not hosted on the Chrome Web Store can't be installed and used by users of its popular browser.
Having implemented 50 security fixes, the Google Chrome team has pushed out a new stable version of the popular browser.
An analysis of 48,332 browser extensions from the Chrome web store has revealed 130 outright malicious and 4,712 suspicious extensions, some of which have been downloaded by millions of users.
Google has announced a welcome change to its Safe Browsing service: starting next week, Google Chrome will also warn users about attempts to make them download software that can adversely affect their Internet browsing.
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