Where should feedback on kinks be sent?
i want to register by email to this blog :) so.. take action ;)
While it is a nice browser, it just is not that customizable or interesting to use as the versatile FireFox.
Still waiting for a Linux version of Chrome.
There's also a webcast about browser security on http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/security360.mspx.
Since we are on the topic of security, it seems that someone is causing bother :( at least google uk searches are all filtered :(
This morning, no matter what I search on, every link comes up with a warning:Warning - visiting this web site may harm your computer!
Does anyone know if Gmail will ever allow us to use security keys (RSA or Verisign) as authentication when entering the password on the site? I know that AOL will allow you to. I would be interested. . . :)
well it might look in the shortrun as impossible but did anyone think of gradually eliminating JS support? the internet can live fine without JS these days and still look good, eliminating JS support and other browser side languages might elimitate alot of the harder to manage issues such as csrf and xss and other evil code such as "black widow", and alot of the ads and so on...people are using less and less JS, and more sites are beggining to support none JS browsers (links, no-script firefox ...)
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