Yesterday, this site had noted a report from ScrapeSentry about an extension that appeared problematic to them. Now Nicole Kobie reports:
Google has yanked 200 extensions from the Chrome store, after they were revealed to be stealing sensitive data from millions of users.
The move follows two reports about browser extensions, the small, often free tools that can be installed in Chrome and Firefox to add specific features.
Read more on ITPro.
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