Researchers have discovered a new type of malware that collects passwords for banking sites but targets only Firefox. The malware, dubbed ‘Trojan.PWS.ChromeInject.A,’ sits in Firefox’s add-ons folder, registering itself as ‘Greasemonkey,’ the well-known collection of scripts that add functionality to Web pages rendered by Firefox.
Mark over at the Geeks are Sexy has a nice writeup on how the German Government is warning people against Google Chrome. It seems the big issue is having a single vendor with all of that information. (Cal, email, search, and now web browser.) Click here to read the GaS writeup. (Great blog btw.)
This really isn’t much of a shock, but has taken the net by storm. Google has released it’s own browser. Before getting into any specifics, I will give some first impressions. I use IE6 at work (requirement), and Firefox3 with various extentions. (FF being my browser of choice at the moment.) That being said –… Read More »
This post is a follow-up to the initial post I did right after installing the Firefox plugin called ScribeFire. I must say – I love this firefox plugin. ScribeFire has really helped me breath new life into my blogs. I have been working on posting more in general, but I find myself really making use… Read More »
Great extension for Firefox that adds prefetching, link caching, dns caching, and a bunch of other speed tweaks to make firefox surf faster. Fasterfox – Performance and network tweaks for Firefox.