"Google has issued a new stable release of the Chrome Web
browser and is rolling it out to users. The new version introduces
security features, improved support for synchronization, and a new
user interface for managing the browser's settings.
"Plug-ins have historically been a major attack vector for
Internet malware—particularly Adobe's Flash and Acrobat
plug-ins, which are notoriously insecure. Rather than seriously
addressing the issue, Adobe has capitalized on the poor security of
its own software by bundling unwanted McAfee crapware in Flash and
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