Chrome to start blocking insecure downloads
Google has announced it will start protecting users from insecure downloads with the rollout of the new version of Chrome.
Chrome 82 will be released in April and will be the first iteration of the browser to specifically warn users of file downloads...
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We've been having this weird error with W/T at work, we have an account with them that we all can use to upload stuff for our clients. However, of late, there is an error that has been cropping up (it started at one point then...
Chrome for Android flaw lets phishers create a fake address bar
Developer Jim Fisher has explained on his blog how malicious websites can replace Chrome for Android's address bar with their own fake version.
When you scroll down a page using Chrome for Android, the address bar is hidden. Once...
Chrome to stop websites from blocking Incognito users
9to5Google reports that Google plans to stop websites from blocking Incognito users.
Some websites, such as news websites that utilise paywalls, currently block Incognito mode browsers because they can't be tracked by tools such as cookies.
New Microsoft Edge will support all Chrome extensions
Microsoft's new Chromium-based browser will support existing Chrome extensions, Edge project manager Kyle Alden said in a Reddit thread.
One of the biggest drawbacks of the current version of Edge is its significant lack of extensions, with...
I like using 'Pinned Tabs' in Chrome.
But sometimes when I close Chrome and I open it again the Pin Tabs will be gone/closed. So I have to re-Pin everything. I have to be very careful the way I close Chrome. This is getting flippen annoying.
Anyone else experiencing the same issue and is...
Hi everyone - could really use some help/guidance. i'm running Windows 10 on my laptop and pop ups and redirecting pages on my browsers is driving me insane!
I've tried the full on Avast but hasn't helped and reluctant to purchase another since i'm not really sure it will solve the problem...
Chrome beating Internet Explorer in business
While Microsoft has a strong relationship with enterprise clients, its Internet Explorer browser is losing out to Chrome.
This is according to Gartner’s David Michael Smith, who is set to release new research on browser use in enterprises.
Punycode URL attack can trick Chrome and Firefox users
The way Chrome, Firefox, and Opera handle special characters in URLs may be exploited to set up a website with a URL that looks exactly the same as a reputable website, Bleeping Computer reported.
Is anyone testing Chrome OS for home use? I'm interested in buying a new home PC and will much prefer running ChromeOS over Windows.
I'm aware that you get Chrome books for the education market, but I don't want a laptop