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Google Chrome, extensions available on third party sites banned soon

From January 2014, Google Chrome users of Windows can not download extensions hosted outside the Chrome Web Store. Google wants to strengthen the security of Google Chrome to protect users against the installation of spyware and other malware.

Google announced it a few days ago several enhancements to the next version of Google Chrome. They aim to secure the browser against downloading malware.

From January 2014, Google Chrome users of Windows can not download extensions hosted outside the Chrome Web Store. Google wants to strengthen the security of Google Chrome to protect users against the installation of spyware and other malware.

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In line with this change, Google announced yesterday on the Chromium blog dedicated to the extensions hosted on third party sites will no longer beings installed on Google Chrome. A decision will take effect from early 2014 and that the time limit for Windows users.

Google recommends to developers concerned to migrate as soon as possible their extensions on the Chrome Web Store, which requires them to comply with a number of guidelines.  
 
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