Malware peddlers are taking advantage of yesterday's release of the latest version of Google Chrome and have already set up a spoofed page of the initial rollout page in order to deliver their malicious wares (click on the screenshot to enlarge it): The URL of the page has nothing to do with Google, and that's something that will tip off the majority of the potential victims to the fact that downloading the offered malware is a bad idea.
The end of one year and the beginning of another strikes a lot of people as the perfect moment to change something in their life and start with the proverbial clean slate.
The popularity of Rovio's Angry Birds game and its expansion packs are a guarantee for the success of their newly released Bad Piggies game, but unfortunately for those who would like to play it, it is still available only to iPhone, iPad and Android device owners.
Chrome v22 has been released, and with it over 40 vulnerabilities - 15 of which high-severity - have been closed.
The next official release of Google's Chrome browser will more than likely support the Do Not Track (DNT) initiative by sending the DNT HTTP header to websites if the user chooses it, as the support was added to the browser's latest developer build.
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