Google's Chrome Browser to automatically block malware
Google's Chrome will automatically block malware | PCWorld: "A developer version of Google’s Chrome browser will automatically flag and block malware that the user’s anti-malware system wouldn’t otherwise detect, Google said. The “Canary” version of Chrome, designed for early testing by developers and others, will show a small warning note in the area of the screen reserved for downloads, notifying the user that it had prevented malware from being downloaded, Google said in a blog post. The new technology is in addition to Google’s existing “Safe Browsing” capability, which blocks up to 10,000 new websites per day, based on a reputation score that Google develops and assigns. . . ."