Tag: chrome

Google Eliminates All Nefarious Cryptocurrency Mining Chrome Extensions

Technology giants have made it perfectly clear that they want nothing to do with cryptocurrencies. Google, Twitter, and a few other companies ban cryptocurrency-related advertisements as of right now. Google is taking things one step further by officially banning cryptocurrency mining extensions altogether. Another Strong Signal from Google Mining has always played a critical role in the world of cryptocurrency. Without mining, it would be very difficult to protect and secure cryptocurrency …
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What Is CryptoTab?

Even though mining cryptocurrency through internet browsers is somewhat of a controversial practice, some companies are trying to turn it into a legitimate business. CryptoTab is one such project. There are some concerns over what this project has to offer, though, as it seemingly requires users to refer people before getting paid. CryptoTab is Intriguing yet Worrisome It is always good to see companies trying to turn a negative development into something …
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What is the Ethereum Parity Chrome Extension?

Most Ethereum users are too aware of the different wallet solutions at their disposal. Parity is one of the most popular wallet options in this regard. Interestingly enough, the Parity project also has a Chrome extension, which provides similar functionalities to a certain degree. However, Parity is about more than just a wallet service, as it serves as an official Ethereum browser as well. An Overview of the Parity Chrome …
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Enterprise-Level WebEx Chrome Plugin Users Vulnerable to Drive-by Attacks

Users of the Google Chrome browser should update the commonly used WebEx plugin. This particular type of code is used for the Cisco Systems WebEx service, yet contains a severe vulnerability. The unpatched version of this plugin allows any site to run malicious code, which would cause harm to millions of Internet users. All of these drive-by attacks can occur on any website visited by these users, regardless of who …
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