[HackerNews] Google Chrome to Help Users Identify Untrusted Extensions Before Installation

Google on Thursday said it’s rolling new security features to Chrome browser aimed at detecting suspicious downloads and extensions via its Enhanced Safe Browsing feature, which it launched a year ago.
To this end, the search giant said it will now offer additional protections when users attempt to install a new extension from the Chrome Web Store, notifying if it can be considered “trusted.”

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