Google has declared a number of rules so as to make Chrome extension a safer place for users. In a declaration, Google has announced that the company is no more going to tolerate ones that inquire powerful permissions without having any reason, make use of external scripts, or confuse their code since a lot of extensions request permission to your browsing data.
In a short while you are going to get the choice to whitelist the sites which they are able to view and manipulate access to your existing page having a click. The latest feature is going to be here in Chrome 70 that is planned to get presented later this month. It is also going to include rest of the privacy-focused updates.
Extensions requesting complete access to sites are now going to be subject to extra review. Google has stated that the company is going to see the extensions closely which use remotely hosted code together with the outgoing monitoring.
Google is further making plans to present an updated version of the extensions platform manifest. The main target behind the unveiling of the updated version is to enable a much stronger security, performance and privacy guarantees. The coming year, developers are supposed to facilitate two-step verification on their Chrome Web Store accounts.
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