...Think twice before installing Google Chrome.
Kaspersky Lab has found malware-laden Chrome extensions, along with a criminal gang playing cat and mouse with Google by releasing several variations of its wares. The attacks manifest as suggestions to download Facebook apps. Those apps are, alas, not real. Instead they are malware and, in one case, a malware-laden Chrome …
Down-voted because you used the troll icon and scare quotes. If you had fat-fingered it and moved right a mere one icon you'd have gotten an up-vote, because it IS their fault, despite the down votes I got the other day when noting that from a Network Admin perspective, Chrome IS malware in the sense that you can't prevent your users from installing it.
Yeah, it was supposed to be a troll comment and when I intentionally troll I use that such as to discourage responses. Don't feed the trolls, including me. I do hope people think before blaming Microsoft for everything, though.
It's ironic that Google designs installers that work for non-admins and applications that work in "userland" on Windows, yet they forbid using Windows in their own environment. More do as we say, not as we do.
Not surprised in the slightest.
Chromes biggest advertising point was its security. They even made a huge fuss over sandboxing IE.
I think the gov should make it illegal to use the word "secure" In relation to marketing if the company in question has had a problem anytime in the previous 6 months.
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