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WOT (Web of Trust) now supports Google Chrome

WOT (Web of Trust), the best security add-on for Firefox and Internet Explorer now supports Google Chrome also (latest development build).

As Google Chrome becoming more and more popular, this add on has greater importance. Because, WOT warns users about unsafe website and URLs by giving security ratings (more details about WOT)

You can download WOT add-on for Google Chrome from here. To install the add-on, you will have to download the latest Dev build of Google Chrome.

If you are using beta version of Chrome, you can try using the Channel Changer to install the latest dev build.

Remember that, like any other extensions for Chrome, this extension also requires a recent dev-channel version of Chrome (≥ 4.0.220.1).

As the Chrome extension system is still in development stage, there may be bugs and problems, so if you choose to use this extension, you do so at your own risk. (via)

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  1. Great news! Great add-on! Thanks for sharing

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