A look at the Chrome Extension ‘Extension Police’

Extension Police is a Chrome Extension developed by Juan Olaizola & Jean which aims to improve the Browser security by blocking malicious extension based on their permissions and behavior. In this review we're going to check if it's worth to be installed or not. Extension Overview Extension Police is a Chrome exclusive extension which can take control... Continue Reading →

Grammarly Web Extension Hit By Data-Leak Flaw 22 mio. Users at risk

Grammarly, maybe the most used spellchecker with the most users, has patched a bug that left users’ data exposed to malicious third-party websites. The browser extensions allow the service to check text typed into web-based applications including Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, as well as online publishing systems such as WordPress. The company also offers... Continue Reading →

Do you really need HTTPS Everywhere extension?

It isn't a must-have extension (in my opinion) and it can break some websites but it can be beneficial if it works. I remember it used to very popular and the popularity died down a bit because certificates are very cheap these days. I once used it and liked it at the time, but I... Continue Reading →

How to use NoScript 10

NoScript (by Giorgio Maone) is one of the most popular security extension when it comes to Firefox, in this quick tutorial I talk about its basics and show some configurations to work with it on a daily basis.   Levels Each domain in NoScript 10 has a trust level. By default, each domain is under... Continue Reading →

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