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thedillpickl Chrome: Secure for browsing!?!
Contributor 7th Mar, 2010 01:13
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Secunia reports Google Chrome 4.0.249.89 as "Secure for browsing"!

Could this be possible? Is it magic? All I can say is, "It's about time.". There are all types of threats out there currently. I'm very happy that my browser is 'safe'.

Are there any other browsers that have become 'secure' that we need to know of? If so, feel free to discuss it here or start another thread if necessary.


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Fred

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mogsi RE: Chrome: Secure for browsing!?!
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http://dev.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-chann...
Thought you "might" like to take a peep at the foregoing Fred; if you havn't already.


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Member 8th Mar, 2010 09:29
Hi,

4.0.249.89 is the secure version, and has been for a while.
Please refer to: http://secunia.com/advisories/38061/

Hope this helps.
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thedillpickl RE: Chrome: Secure for browsing!?!
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Thanks Emil;

Didn't know how long it was, just noticed the other day. Kind of 'shocked' me when I saw a green box around Chrome. :)


Fred

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