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Chrome anti-phishing protection... from Microsoft!

Microsoft has made its SmartScreen anti-phishing API available to Chrome browser users through an extension called Windows Defender Browser .

If this makes you do a doubletake, we’ll repeat it:  from this week Chrome users will, for the first time, be able to protect their browsing using not only Google’s own Safe Browsing technology but Microsoft’s too. 389 more words

Security Threats

Comparing Major Linux Web Browsers

There are a number of high quality web browsers available for Linux desktops. I will compare the four most popular and powerful in this post based on functionality; all of them are close enough together in performance that it is probably not worth choosing any of these browers because it is faster than the others. 657 more words

Chrome

Protecting Privacy Inside and Outside the House

The incognito and private browsing modes built into most modern browsers shield your online activity at home — but maybe not to the rest of the world. 75 more words

NYT

Protecting Privacy Inside and Outside the House by J. D. BIERSDORFER

Protecting Privacy Inside and Outside the House
By J. D. BIERSDORFER

The incognito and private browsing modes built into most modern browsers shield your online activity at home — but maybe not to the rest of the world. 14 more words

Technology

Protecting Privacy Inside and Outside the House


By J. D. BIERSDORFER

The incognito and private browsing modes built into most modern browsers shield your online activity at home — but maybe not to the rest of the world. 6 more words

News

Silence! Chrome hushes noisy autoplaying videos

On Tuesday, Google launched Chrome 66 for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS.

With the new browser comes blissful quiet: Google is muting all autoplay content by default, thus giving people the option to turn off one of today’s most annoying aspects of going online. 494 more words

Featured

Reclaim Your Screen From Scammers


By J. D. BIERSDORFER

Internet con artists hope their crafty coding will fool you into asking for their fraudulent tech-support services, but you can often escape with a few keystrokes. 6 more words

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