Google on weekday aforesaid Chrome twenty five, currently in development, mechanically blocks browser add-ons put in on the wily by alternative software system.
The live mimics what rival Mozilla did for Firefox over a year past.
Auto-blocking has already appeared in Chrome twenty five for Windows on the “dev” channel — Google’s least-polished public version — that debuted last month. By the browser’s semi-regular unleash schedule, Chrome twenty five can reach the ultimate “stable” channel, and therefore the majority of users, within the last half of Gregorian calendar month 2013. Continue reading “Chrome 25 blocks sneaky add-ons”