Google has removed the Dashlane password manager extension used by over 3 million users from the Chrome Web Store due to issues with 'User Data Privacy/ Use of Permissions'.
The latest Google Chrome web browser update has a pleasant surprise in store for users who value their privacy. Indeed, DuckDuckGo enters into an agreement with the user to block advertising trackers, keep your search history private and allow you to take control of your personal data by not storing it.
Since most of the extensions were installed without carefully looking into requested permissions, there is a good chance that you don’t remember what exactly some of your extensions doing. You can install it by following the link: Augeas: Clean browser from spying extensions - Chrome Web Store Why another extension?
with 110 posters participating Share this story Google is planning to change the way extensions integrate with its Chrome browser. For example, extensions will no longer be able to load code from remote servers, so the extension that's submitted to the Chrome Web store contains exactly the code that will be run in the browser.
Until now, the extension has been installed by roughly 400 users, according to stats available on its official Chrome Web Store listing . According to a report from ElevenPaths, Telefonica's cyber-security division, the extension was distributed via