Google's admission that it will revert automatic logins and retention of cookies in its Chrome browser is par for the course, and a replay of an old game that we have seen umpteen times from the company.
The decision by Google to quietly effect sign-ins for users of its Chrome browser has caused at least one prominent technologist, John Hopkins University cryptographer Matthew Green, to stop using the browser.
In what is sure to cause concern at the the top levels of one of the leading security software vendors, upcoming releases of the two more popular Web browsers, Chrome and Firefox, will no longer trust Symantec SSL certificates.
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