i know dragon is built on chromium and i know dragon will add it’s own features here and there that they themselves put in that weren’t in chromium. i know that you guys take things out to bring better security.
what i don’t know is if every time you guys build a new version of dragon and use a newer version of chromium for dragons core, do you guys look for and fix security vulnerabilities in chromium or do you guys just wait until you built a new version of dragon on top of a newer version of chromium to fix the security vulnerabilities that existed in the previous version?
basically what i’m asking is do you guys rely only on using a newer version of chromium to get security fixes or do you guys look for them in whatever version of chromium you are building off of and fix what you guys find yourself?
i ask because i know you guys can’t keep up with the latest version of chromium and i think if you guys rely totally on chromium for security fixes then a lot of people including myself wont feel like dragon is more secure just more respectful of the users privacy
Dude, have faith in a security company.
They might put some stuff in there that prevents the vulnerabilities to be, well…vulnerable.
Like heuristics in an antivirus would.
I wonder that myself, but it’s not noticeable if they did, background processes? To be on the safe-side, people should have good defense software. I bet you have a great internet security that can keep you a bit safe, since the packets flow through the IS’s firewall and an antivirus would be constantly scanning any files that come in. Then, there is always a similarity to “No Script for Firefox” called “NotScript” to be more secure from security concerns.