Chrome 10 brings Flash sandboxing and new settings UI

“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.

“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
Acrobat updates”

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