There is lots of press and user interest about Google’s new “Chrome” browser.
It’s important to know that this is a ‘beta’ product. And that there are, even after two days, some serious security vulnerabilities, including the potential to allow a malicious web site to silently install nasty software on your computer. There are also risks of user information disclosure.
There’s even ways to easily ‘crash’ the Chrome browser. All of this risky behavior is publicly available information.
While “Chrome” may have some nifty features, it’s still in ‘beta’ (pre-release, buggy, insecure) mode.
I’m waiting for a bit, letting everyone else get the arrows in their back.
My recommendation? Use at your own risk.