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  • (Score: 1, Insightful) by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday June 04, @06:46AM

    by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday June 04, @06:46AM (#1359268)

    Chrome on a server boggles my mind. I can't understand a security policy that allows that in any way. I have a hard enough time with the idea of a server phoning home to a third-party due to any software. By comparison, I've worked for places where servers can't make any new outbound connections at all and any attempt to do so immediately fences the node as a serious indication of compromise. While I am sometimes surprised to hear about the data breaches and security policies at other places, I'm thankful most of my career has been where they take security much more seriously. It's nice to have a security process that works because it is better for everyone involved.

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