Archive for the ‘Browser’ Category

How Safe is the Incognito Mode in Google Chrome

Google Chrome can be called one of the most popular browsers used by people all across the world. The main reason for using Chrome is the ‘Incognito’ mode that allows private browsing to the users. Through this mode, the users can browse through the internet without leaving behind any history. Incognito mode deletes any history [...]

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Browzar Keeps Your Navigation Private

When you use your computer you may keep all your internet activity that can be tracked by other people. here we are talking about Cookies, History, Temp files, and Passwords. it will be possible to configure your Firefox browser or IE to erase your track after closing the navigating web page but also you can [...]

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Integrating VirusTotal in your Browser

Sometime you open a webpage or an infected file and the antivirus still silent, without alerting about any suspicious activity on your machine, this is maybe due to not having the latest AV signature or that the malware are encrypted to make the AV not recognize it or that the file is clean and do [...]

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Internet Explorer Vulnerability Allows Trojan Spreading

Microsoft has fixed a new vulnerability (CVE-2010-3962) in all Internet explorer versions except Internet Explorer 9 Beta. The bug could Allow Remote Code Execution on victim machines. About this vulnerability Symantec stated that by visiting an infected website a Backdoor.Pirpi may be executed and runs in the background of the operating system .The backdoor can [...]

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Google Chrome 7 Final Release

Final version of Google Chrome has been issued with the support of HTML5 and site blocking improvement. The Seventh version of Google chrome introduced new innovations and fixes hundreds of vulnerabilities. 11 security vulnerabilities in the WebKit-based browser, one critical and five high-risk issues. Google says that the critical issue can cause the browser to [...]

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Mozilla Sniffer Add-on Blocklisted for Security Purposes

Mozilla has blocklisted a malicious plugin that has been submitted on their official website as an add-on since 6th of June, the add-on named Mozilla Sniffer and contains a serious security vulnerability. According to a blog post the plugin includes a code that intercepts all login data on any website and sends this credential to [...]

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Google Plug-in Boost IE speed 10 Times

A New test has been conducted by Computerworld researchers concluded that Chrome Frame plug-in improves JavaScript performance 9.6 times in Internet Explorer 8 (IE8). During the test it was used Sunspider Javascript for three times to show the speed improvement in Microsoft Internet browser. This plug-in is already embedded in Google chrome while on last [...]

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