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Chrome at 10: Google reshapes web security, now wants to 'kill' the URL

Congratulations, you killed Microsoft's oligopoly, and replaced it with Google's. Careful what you wish for?

The Google Chrome browser is 10 years old in September.

Let’s review how Chrome has changed web security since 2008. Let’s also check out the new features of Chrome 69, including a much-improved password manager.

But Google’s got a super-controversial proposal to “kill”—or at least hide—the ubiquitous URL. In this  Security Blogwatch, we welcome our Googly overlords.

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