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Browse Against the Machine
I head up Firefox marketing, but I use Chrome every day. Works fine. Easy to use. Like most of us who spend too much time in front of a laptop, I have two browsers open; Firefox for work, Chrome for play, customized settings for each. There are multiple things that bug me about the Chrome product, for sure, but I‘m OK with Chrome. I just don’t like only being on Chrome. And that’s what Chrome wants. It wants you to only use Chrome. Chrome is not evil, it’s just too big for its britches. Its influence on the internet economy and individuals is out of balance.
chrome  firefox  browser  blog-posts  netpolitics  google 
12 hours ago by mikael
Bug #6864: IE11 and Chrome on Windows really don't like 9.3's certificates - FreeNAS - Bug Tracking System
On clean 9.3:
Generate an internal CA in System -> CAs
Generate an internal certificate signed by the internal CA in System -> Certificates
In System -> General, select protocol to HTTPS and certificate to generated cert
If not already, on Windows 7 visit FreeNAS 9.3 with Chrome or Internet Explorer 11.

On Chrome you'll get

NET::ERR_CERT_INVALID normally uses encryption to protect your information. When Chrome tried to connect to this time, the website sent back unusual and incorrect credentials. Either an attacker is trying to pretend to be, or a Wi-Fi sign-in screen has interrupted the connection. Your information is still secure because Chrome stopped the connection before any data was exchanged.

You cannot visit right now because the website sent scrambled credentials that Chrome cannot process. Network errors and attacks are usually temporary, so this page will probably work later.

IE11 says:

The security certificate presented by this website is not secure.

instead of the usual certificate errors.

Note that this is a hard fail and does not allow users to click through the SSL warnings and connect.

Firefox 33.1 on Windows can ignore the SSL warning. Chrome on other operating systems just shows NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID which can be bypassed.

Clicking the padlock and Certificate information on Chrome shows:

"This certificate has an invalid digital signature."

A converted cert on a 9.3 machine just shows the usual "unknown CA" error that can be bypassed.

Importing a cert not signed/generated by FreeNAS 9.3 and selecting that for the GUI also works.
1. sqlite3 /data/freenas-v1.db "UPDATE system_settings SET stg_guiprotocol = 'http'"
2. sqlite3 /data/freenas-v1.db "UPDATE system_settings SET stg_guihttpsredirect = '0'"

1. service django stop
2. service ix-nginx start
3. service nginx onerestart
4. service django start
FreeNAS  bugs  certificate  SSL  Chrome  Firefox  SQLite 
yesterday by coffeebucket
Enable Chrome Accessibility Experiment
"As an internal Chrome experiment, this tool differs from the Accessibility Developer Tools extension in that it has privileged Accessibility API access and reports more information as a result."
chrome  accessibility  a11y  2017 
yesterday by handcoding
Chrome won | Andreas Gal
you can argue that the data is biased in a bunch of different ways, but at the macro level it’s safe to say that Chrome is eating the browser market, and everyone else except Safari is getting obliterated.
technology  chrome  safari 
yesterday by zhumink
Chrome Debugging Protocol interface that helps to instrument Chrome (or any other suitable implementation) by providing a simple abstraction of commands and notifications using a straightforward JavaScript API.
chrome  js  control  remote 
yesterday by andrewn
Monitor Events  |  Web  |  Google Developers
API offers various ways to observe and inspect event listeners. JavaScript plays a central role in interactive pages, and the browser provides you some useful tools to debug events and event handlers.
chrome  devtools  monitor  events 
yesterday by vegarev

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