Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer and easier. Google Chrome is a browser developed by Google, which uses WebKit rendering engine and the framework for implementation. And it is first released as a beta version of Microsoft Windows.
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US-CERT is aware of a vulnerability that affects the google chrome web browser. This vulnerability is due to a default configuration that allows files to be downloaded without prompting the user. In addition, downloaded files can be opened with a single click, which could allow a user to inadvertently open a malicious file.
US-CERT encourages users to enable the "Ask where to save each file before downloading" option within the "Minor Tweaks" tab in the browser preferences. Although this does not fix the underlying vulnerability, selecting this option will warn the user before files are downloaded. Users should still exercise caution when visiting and downloading items from untrusted websites.
US-CERT will provide additional information as it becomes available.
Those who are used to using menus and toolbars may at first find Chrome a little bit difficult to use because of the very simple design. In this article, you will find useful keyboard shortcuts that help you browse the internet smoother with Chrome. Most of the shortcuts are the same to Firefox, you will find them familiar to use quickly
1. Control + Shift + N opens an 'incognito' window - sites you view in this window won't appear in your history and cookies served by sites in this window will be deleted when the window is closed.
2. Alt + Home loads your Google Chrome home page, with thumbnails of your most visited sites shown in the active tabbed window
3. Control + T opens a new tab. You can drag tabs around to change their order or drag a tab out of the window into its own window
4. Control + Shift + T opens your most recently closed tab. Press the key combination again to open the tab closed before that one. Google Chrome remembers the last 10 tabs you've closed.
5. Jump to different open tabs using Control + 1, Control + 2, Control + 3, etc. Control + 9 takes you to the last tab
6. Control + Tab lets you cycle through your open tabs in order
7. Control + Shift + Tab cycles through your tabs in the opposite order
8. Control +B hides the Google Chrome bookmarks bar. Press Control + B to bring it back again
9. Control + H is a faster way to bring up the History page
10. Control + J brings up your Downloads page
11. Press Control + K or Control + E to search from the address bar. Once pressed, you'll see a ? symbol appear in the address bar and you can simply enter your search query and hit Return 12. Shift + Escape is a quicker way to bring up the Google Chrome Task manager