Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 10th Mar 2011 11:37 UTC, submitted by gogothebee
Google "Google has issued a new stable release of the Chrome Web browser and is rolling it out to users. The new version introduces some noteworthy JavaScript performance enhancements, new plug-in security features, improved support for synchronization, and a new user interface for managing the browser's settings."
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I have always wondered if installation in user land is secure on Windows. After all, in this read/write space, any malicious application can alter the Chrome binary or libraries and grab some sensitive information. This would be impossible under C:\Program Files\
What do you think?

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