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tgmct SRWare Iron
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This application is detected by PSI, but PSI does not recognize it as a web browser so it does not appear in the secure browsing tab. In reality this application is a clone of Google's chrome browser but with the intrusive tracking and logging privacy issues removed.

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tgmct RE: SRWare Iron
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This is not beta or development software.
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tgmct RE: SRWare Iron
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I'm not sure where you have received your information... SRWare Iron has been in production for well over a year and I'm unaware of any stability issues. In fact I've suggested it to a number of my clients who like Google Chrome but really don't like Google's collection of information that can be tracked back to a user and is sold routinely to other third parties. Chrome is open source and Iron simply takes that source and removes the tracking aspects and repackages it.

SRWare Iron is already recognized by PSI. The issue is that it is not currently classified as a web browser, so the additional security functionality of that tab is not applied or displayed. My purpose for this thread is for Secunia to recognize this also and add it to the Secure Browsing tab. I suspect it should be relatively simple where it otherwise handles other third party modules identically as Google Chrome; it's using the same source functionality.
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thedillpickl RE: SRWare Iron
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Hi tgmct;

Welcome to the Secunia forum.

Thank you for taking an interest it PSI and it's ability to monitor this browser.

> The first thing to do is report Iron by going to the "Secure Browsing" tab, at the bottom left, click on "Program missing? Suggest it here!".
> If no response after a week or so, try e-mailing directly to support@secunia.com

Secunia has been very concerned that PSI works correctly and accurately. This is amazing as CSI (the paid for version) must require the greater attention.


Regards;

Fred

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tgmct RE: SRWare Iron
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I've sent along the support request from the secure browsing tab as you requested. I've tagged the request also.

Thanks, Tim
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