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Google enhances Chrome security for remote workers

Google enhances Chrome security for remote workers

Google will soon begin testing adding Private Network Access (PNA) technology on the Google Chrome Enterprise and Education versions of the browser Chrome. The addition will provide enhanced security aimed primarily at remote workers. According to the tech giant, the new feature in its Chrome b... Read more

date4 days ago
Google Chrome may get Organize Tabs functionality

Google Chrome may get Organize Tabs functionality

The Chrome browser may get functionality that automatically reorders users' tabs. The reordered browser tabs will then be organized into different groups. According to experts, the new tab reordering feature is an extension of the existing Tab Groups functionality. This feature is a powerful too... Read more

date5 months ago
Mozilla: ‘Manipulation threatens browser selection screens’

Mozilla: ‘Manipulation threatens browser selection screens’

The screens that allow consumers to determine their default browser choice exert great influence on the outcome of that choice. This is stated by Mozilla, the developer of Firefox. These screens will be manipulated. The Digital Markets Act will come into force next year in the EU. These regulati... Read more

date5 months ago
Will Microsoft continue to impose Edge browser in Europe after all?

Will Microsoft continue to impose Edge browser in Europe after all?

It seems that Microsoft is not making any changes to Windows after all to allow users to open links with their default browser. So Edge will continue to be forced on users. Earlier, Windows Insider Preview build 23531 no longer seemed to impose the web browser Edge as the default browser. The c... Read more

date5 months ago
Microsoft no longer forces Edge browser on European users

Microsoft no longer forces Edge browser on European users

From now on, Windows users within the EU can open all links with their default browser of choice instead of Edge. Microsoft thus appears to be yielding to the continued pressure from European regulations. In the current version of Windows 11, Microsoft apps open links via the Edge browser by def... Read more

date6 months ago
New infostealer for Windows is hiding in web browsers

New infostealer for Windows is hiding in web browsers

Researchers at Zscaler ThreatLabz have discovered a new infostealer family for Windows systems: Stact Stealer. The sophisticated malware poses as an authentic Google ad. According to Zscaler security researchers, the infostealer seeks access to victims' Windows systems by impersonating an authen... Read more

date6 months ago
Zoho launches a new privacy-focused browser called Ulaa

Zoho launches a new privacy-focused browser called Ulaa

Zoho has launched a new privacy-focused browser called Ulaa. The company has designed the browser to help users protect their privacy by blocking tracking and surveillance with features that allow for privacy customization, built-in browser modes, and integrated productivity tools while keeping use... Read more

date10 months ago
SQLite 3.40 is now available with official support for Wasm

SQLite 3.40 is now available with official support for Wasm

SQLite 3.40.0 has been made available with official Wasm compilation support. Web developers can now utilize SQL to query local databases with the help of the browser's local storage, session storage and OPFS (Origin-Private FileSystem). The supporting system, however, is still patchy. The de... Read more

date1 year ago
Google allegedly pays billions to maintain its dominant position

Google allegedly pays billions to maintain its dominant position

The US Department of Justice told a federal judge that Alphabet’s Google annually pays billions of dollars to Apple, Samsung and others to unlawfully preserve its position as the number one search engine. Department of Justice (DOJ) attorney Kenneth Dintzer did not reveal exactly how much Goo... Read more

date1 year ago
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