Google chrome's Warning Message...
August 18, 2009 9:17pm CST
I am user of chrome from a long time now it is acting some kind mad.The Chrome Browser is showing me a warning message that it is redirecting to some site which is capturing your Passwords. Is anyone Too got this kind of message when using chrome..? what could be the problem..?
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19 Aug 09
I do not always use Chrome, and so far I have not encountered a similar problem. Ther is a possibility that the warning is tru. If I am in the same situation I would not use Chrome to access certain websites. If you are up to it try using trace software like Wireshark, which is freeware, to see where the traffic from your computer goes to, and where the traffic comes from. You may be surprised to see it. Mine goes to various parts of the world. For instance it made me wonder why the traffic should go to South Korea, and then China, because I was visiting a website in the UK. With many crimes over the Internet, it may be prudent to be careful.
19 Aug 09
In my experience Mozilla Firefox is not the fastest, nor the safest. Every time I use Firefox an intrusion would be detected, with the intruder gaining control over my computer. Firefox did not detect it, nor did several firewalls. The intruder used at least one piece of code masquerading as a legitimate Firefox code. Opera is a lot safer.
19 Aug 09
Hello PrinceDark, I have been using chrome for almost a year now, ever since it was launched. I have never faced this problem and I never got this warning message that you got either. May be it has something to do with the sites you surf or something in the settings of cookies.And yes, first and foremost, do update your antivirus and upgrade to a good one. I am using AVG and they provide a free home edition, which is working really fine.