Mozilla and Chrome, Sitting in a Tree
I'm sure New Modern Firefox will soon sedulously ape Chrome as ever, and include password-grabbers as well.
Three weeks after Google removed 49 Chrome extensions from its browser's software store for stealing crypto-wallet credentials, 11 more password-swiping add-ons have been spotted – and some are still available to download. The dodgy add-ons masquerade as legit crypto-wallet extensions, and invite people to type in their …
It's such a faff having to type in things to access my bank account online.
Think I'll launch an app that remembers all the login details and enables one-click login.
That will be a big help.
I could share it with other people - for free.
I wonder how many people will download it?
The article says: "Google has made similar security enhancement announcements about the Chrome Web Store every year since 2011"
This says it all.
Stop using no-skill bullshitters in your management positions.
Get people that know what they're talking about (your engineers, programmers...) and develop their people and project management skills. Turn them into your leaders. They'll turn this around.
Google has an old military like structure. Product managers are like the old generals back in Paris. Engineers and programmers are the soldiers and junior officers in the trenches, knee deep in mud and guts.
The two never cross over and nothing usurps that structure.
Yes, occasionally a general notice a young private and invites them to Paris to sodomize them, but thats a different thing.
Who is google? Nobody if you don’t name who’s responsible for that division. Innit half assed to report on a problem, name the company responsible and not name the person at the end of the bucket?what snark you say? Liabilities? I call BS because I’ve read the rag for years and watch uncle Leo on the twit.tv network so I’m acquainted with at least one of your guys worldview, it seems representative of the whole company and supposedly it doesn’t stand for bullshit yet all you do is call out this giant anonymous CEO shield and not the actual physical person who signed off on whatever. It's as if you don’t know how to break down a big problem into small easier to solve ones? you’re not following,uh? You have ten articles about the behemoth Google but you could have ten articles about ten different managers who messed up at google. Still not following? You got a big mouth and tiny balls start naming names, agur
"Google's Chrome Web Store developer agreement forbids developers from violating intellectual property rights, which probably doesn't mean much to committed law-breakers."
No kidding. If you're going to commit grand theft, what's a little trademark infringement? The agreement only works against someone in a country where it can be enforced, and where the user won't disappear before the enforcement. In other words, a real developer.
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