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Google has announced that it is now blocking all Chrome extensions on Windows that are not hosted by the company's official Chrome Web Store in an effort to fight malicious extensions.
Microsoft has announced its Office Online apps will be getting updates today, adding some new features. Also, the Word, PowerPoint and OneNote Online apps are now available in the Chrome Web Store.
Google has banned two malware-ridden extensions from the Chrome Web Store following outrage from users for serving rogue advertisements under the pretext of sharing links to various sites.
A new change in how Google handles extensions in its Chrome Web Store may mean the end for the many toolbars that have been released for the web browser in the past several years.
Google has announced that, starting in January, all extensions to Chrome on the Windows platform must come from the Chrome Web Store, as a security measure to block malicious extensions.