Google has released a new extension for its Google Chrome browser. According to their security blog, Google calls the extension DOM Snitch. According to Google, everyday applications that rely on the web are becoming increasingly complex. This leads to a larger attack surface. Previous tools such as Skipfish and Ratproxy were used to secure server-side code. Now Google has created DOM Snitch to test client-side code.
DOM Snitch is intended for use by developers, testers, security researchers, and advanced users only. It is an experimental extension and will not work flawlessly on every web application. It could cause data loss. Use at your own risk.
Click here to download DOM Snitch.