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Brave Partners With Binance to Develop In-Browser Crypto Trading

Privacy-focused browser Brave Software is hoping to facilitate in-browser cryptocurrency trading, though it’s not quite ready yet. Brave announced Tuesday it was partnering with Binance to develop an in-browser crypto trading tool which will ultimately let users deposit, swap, purchase and trade crypto right from Brave Browser’s launch and new tab windows. There, a natively-integrated …

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The fractured future of browser privacy

Enlarge In the 1990s, web browsers like Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer competed bitterly to offer the snazziest new features and attract users. Today, the browser landscape looks totally different. For one thing, Chrome now dominates, controlling around two-thirds of the market on both desktop and mobile. Even more radical, though, is the recent …

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Cryptonite Browser Extension Protects You From Phishing Sites and Fake Profiles

</header> <strong>If you are new to the crypto space or if you are exploring new services and platforms, protection from scams and malicious websites should be a priority. Cryptonite is a useful browser extension that protects your private information and warns you in advance about risks to your crypto security. </strong> Also read: Get Real-Time …

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A “serious” Windows zeroday is being actively exploited in the wild

As a reminder, here’s what the default Start menu looked like in Windows 7. Microsoft Google security officials are advising Windows users to ensure they’re using the latest version 10 of the Microsoft operating system to protect themselves against a “serious,” unpatched vulnerability that attackers have been actively exploiting in the wild. Unidentified attackers have …

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Google turbo-charging the back button with Chrome’s new “back/forward cache”

Enlarge / Now that’s some shiny chrome. Marc Ellis / Flickr Google is developing a new cache for Chrome (via CNET)that should make some page loads extremely fast. The only catch? They’ll have to be pages you’ve already seen and are revisiting after hitting the browser’s back button. Chrome already caches the files that make …

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Microsoft begs you to stop using Internet Explorer

ASSOCIATED PRESS Old habits die hard, but they do eventually have to die. Microsoft knows there are still plenty of businesses and organizations out there using Internet Explorer because the outdated browser supports legacy web apps, but the company is asking people to finally let go of their old ways and to embrace a modern …

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