Google announced an extension for its web browser to recognize websites that could formulate users open to malware attacks.
Google Inc. has launched a latest and fresh tool known as DOM Snitch for its Chrome browser that would assist analysts and developers to ensign websites and recognize holes in their web applications in client-side code.
DOM Snitch is one of the numerous steps taken by the Mountain View, California based Google Inc. to develop web security. The company considers that web security will play a critical part in the prospect of web based businesses and consequently it is also functioning towards developing an elevated level of security for Chrome.
Skipfish and Ratproxy are two other code-testing tools on which Google has been giving most time for some time currently.