Ahead of the holiday season, cloud application security firm Instart has released a plugin for the Chrome browser that can detect if card-skimming or other privacy violating code has been inserted into a site.
Google has outlined the changes it proposes to make to the Chrome browser in order to reduce the ad-blocking potential of extensions and, as I suspected, it's all done for the sake of users.
Google's Chrome browser, which is the most widely used browser worldwide, will remove most of its ad-blocking ability for all but business users, a report claims.
I can't find "Privacy Alert" in the Chrome store.
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