Danger of add ons for your browser

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Actually according to my browser task only as a medium for finding information on the internet, but in some cases increase the need for a browser. Especially me as a blogger. Then made ​​was add on /extension to the browser, but also risky when it would install the add-on because it appears warning that the add-ons can read the privacy on my computer, although the provider of the add on is already in the verification. The question is how far my privacy could be read by the add-ons?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #85671

Danger of add ons for your browser

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Hi,

Browser is an application provides to visit a website links that allows the user to interact with in other site. As the add-ons indicated that allowing a site to be visited it will appears a  warning method in order to prevent from viruses that a site has. Suddenly if you allow to access the site even if the pop up appears asking if your going to allow or block the content of the visited sites, because suddenly the privacy could read by the Add-ons. It is part of the browser for making updates in order to open other sites that has a higher content website.

Add-ons makes your browser easy and to have a features that can be easily accessible. You can also disable and enable the Add-ons. Here is the steps on how to enable the Add-ons, If you are using an Internet Explorer browser, 1. click Start, select Explorer Browser, then it appears the pop-up asking  to turn on or disable/enable Add-Ons. Just like an example of Add-ons: Animated mouse pointers, extra toolbars, stock stickers and etc.

Hope this helps you to customized your browser and this might be a good solutions that I shared for your problem.

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Jay-Ar

Answered By 10 points N/A #85672

Danger of add ons for your browser

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add on was not too disturbing my privacy like a keylogger heheehe btw thanks so much Jayar31

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