Starting on September 3, Google will begin disabling inline installation (i.e.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has finally released version 1.0 of Privacy Badger, a browser extension that blocks some of the sneakiest trackers that try to spy on your Web browsing habits.
Independent researcher Mathias Karlsson has discovered a vulnerability that can be exploited to disable Chrome extensions without user interaction.
The problems with passwords have already been well documented, and the main problem with static biometrics ("something you are": fingerprints, retina patterns, etc.) is that they can't be changed.
Social bookmarking web service Delicious has released a free beta version of Dmail, an extension for the Chrome browser which allows senders to delete an email they sent and have regretted sending soon after.
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