At the recently held Pwn2Own hacking convention, Google Chrome was the only major browser to stand up to the 3 days of brutal hacking attempts by professionals from across the nation.
Good ol' Google. Now that's how you make a browser.
I love Google Chrome! Incognito FTW!
Agreed. Looking at porn without getting caught has never been easier.
Haha I don't have a fiancee anymore so I don't have to hide it lol
I EVEN LOVE INCOGNITO MORE and I really wish PS3 Uses this as a web-browser
and only holds approximately 8-12%. when it becomes more mainstream people will actually attempt to hack it, as of now no one has any real experience hacking chrome. trust me once it's popular every one in the scene will know how to hack it.
Chrome is the best. Some say firefox, but in my opinion you can't go wrong with chrome. The Chrome Extensions are awesome too. @Pimp Named Slickback It is actually "A" Pimp named slickback, you have to say the WHOLE thing lol
Ya know guys... Firefox has had an "incognito" mode for ages.. lol. Tools>Start Private Browsing.
chrome ftw it's fast,secure, user friendly and good looking IE < firefox < opera < chrome
IE < Opera < Firefox/Chrome
...that this is the only browser I use. 12
I like it a little more than firefox now idk what happen to FF but it uses a lot of memory now and starts to crash more frequently like IE. Only feature I miss that crome doesnt have is the bar that lets save sites you visit frequently (no not bookmarks).
Chrome does have that, i use it all the time.
I've been using it since it was first announced as a beta and it keeps getting better.but opera is getting better as well.its funny that ff,opera and chrome keeps on getting better while IE.....no comment ;)
It's spyware from google (source: http://www.favbrowser.com/g... ) Use SRWare Iron, it's compiled from the chromium source code (which is chrome) but they've taken all the spyware out of it. (link: http://www.srware.net/en/so... ) From what I heard no one targeted chrome at pwn2own, and I also heard most of the exploits they used to take control of the browsers were known exploits (and whats to say they hadn't worked on them prior to the event)
I think you misplaced your tinfoil hat somewhere...
You heard wrong.
I really like iron. I run both iron and chrome on my machine. Iron is basically a portable build of Chrome.
did you not just read this article? HELLO... oh and how does one go about getting the chrome browser? Can't find it anywhere edit: yea first thing i did was go to google obviously, but I don't see chrome anywhere on there, that's why I asked. Tried to search it, and it took me to a car website.
@Kratos you can't find it anywhere? I'll be nice but seriously man, google it lol, it's what I did http://www.google.com/chrom...
No it isn't: http://www.mattcutts.com/bl...
@Vicophine I like my tin foil hat, you wouldn't just let people walk into your house under a you've got nothing to hide argument would you? @Flair and @Kratos That's what I heard from a alternative source that I trust more than this one. @Wicko That's the first article I've seen saying that and it's a blog, blogs are full of peoples opinions, and the source code says otherwise
I'm quite sure that the information can be used to spy on ya. http://blogs.zdnet.com/Fore...
@Raypture - honestly I couldnt care what info they got...once it's not my credit card numbers and stuff. Google does admit to some data mining, but that's what makes Google so successful, cause they can better predict what we want... etc etc. They don't wave a magic wand and hope to get the answers. Google even has a section where they can show you what you searched in the past. I've yet to see anybody suffer because of Google's power.
@Flair That's only from what you've searched before, and it's the web-history mode, it can be turned off and is usually only used if you enable it and installed some third party add-on. I use noscript to block out web tracking, and better privacy to delete LSOs if you want to let someone know everything you do thats fine with me, but I'll be secure. I have nothing against chrome or google except the spyware with chrome, I use both Firefox and SRware iron (which is chrome without the spyware) I think chrome will surpass firefox eventually, largely since google is a larger company.
What they know about me doesn't bother me. I have nothing to hide...only my credit card number. I use firefox though for the add-ons.
Though I see what you're saying in that you're fine with what you do with your life being a open book, if google decides to start key-logging you can send your credit card info through billion bit encryption and they can still get it.
chrome and android ftw
How come a free, open source browser can't hacked, yet a closed on such as IE can? I mean, aren't the hackers part of the open source community?
You get 12 pts from the US!!
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