Lately I've been really frustrated by how Google has fucked the web. Maybe it would have happened without Google, I done know; but I feel like their absence ushered in the era of bad content bubble to the top
delmoi, can't replicate your search results unless I use Bing. Google popped OpenOffice.org to the top result, followed by Wikipedia article on OpenOffice and the CNet download page for the same.
Maybe the problem is Windows?
The CNet installers probably install a browser toolbar and change your default search engine. Happened to me as well.
straight, if you implement a master password in Chrome than you either have to encrypt all of the user data on disk -- which may be the right answer, but it's quite an undertaking
- or you have to explain carefully that the master password doesn't really "protect" your data ... against anybody with a SQL browser and a text editor from accessing their data directly from the files themselves.
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