Sunday, September 14, 2008

How to "Unchrome" Chrome

What I like of IT is that there is nothing really definitive and unhackable.
You make a program or an application and there is at once somebody who is able to undo it...

"Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier". Unfortunately, each Google Chrome installation contains a unique ID that allowing identifying its user. Google doesn't make it an easy job to remove this ID. UnChrome helps you with this task. It replaces your unique ID with Null values so that your browser cannot be identified any longer.
The functionality of Google Chrome is not influenced by this. You only need to apply UnChrome once.

David Lesher

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