Google’s Privacy Sandbox has now been rolled out to 97% of users, and it offers a local privacy-preserving alternative to the widespread tracking cookies.
Google has taken down another batch of fake digital currency wallets from its Chrome Web Store. The wallets have been tricking users and stealing their tokens.
The malicious third-party extensions include those impersonating existing digital currency brands, such as Ledger, Trezor and Electrum.
A malicious Chrome extension that falsely claims to be from the Ledger hardware wallet has been found to steal from its users. One victim lost $19,000.
An open source software developer, has come up with a novel approach to try to reduce the amount of fake news and jaded comments found on Twitter.
Google is implementing a number of changes to how Chrome handles extensions that will enhance its security and customer protection.