Google releases emergency update for Chrome
Google released a new security update for its Chrome web browser for desktop systems and Android. The update fixes a security issue that is exploited in the wild, according to Google.
Trove is a new, simple way to capture information online. Whether you're a student, a PhD, or obsessed with learning Trove allows you to highlight and take notes in the webpage itself and sync that work to Notion for later analysis.
Trove is a simple tool that allows you to highlight and comment on any webpage in the world. No longer will you need to save a page in your bookmarks bar to make sure you don't lose that crucial piece of information later on. With Trove you can edit your work in real-time directly in the browser, taking advantage of the latest HTML5 APIs and HTML5 sandboxing features to make sure your information is protected.
Trove will update the page automatically to reflect any changes in your original copy, so you don't need to worry about losing your thoughts and edits to the page.
Once you save a page in Trove you can access it on the Notion mobile app directly, even if you're offline. You can mark the page as private, and it won't appear in your view of the database. When you're back online, you can open that page in the Notion browser and see exactly what was highlighted and commented on.
Trove is a project of the Mozilla Foundation, and we work closely with the Notion team to ensure that your data is secured and protected.
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In Softonic we scan all the files hosted on our platform to assess and avoid any potential harm for your device. Our team performs checks each time a new file is uploaded and periodically reviews files to confirm or update their status. This comprehensive process allows us to set a status for any downloadable file as follows:
It’s extremely likely that this software program is clean.
We have scanned the file and URLs associated with this software program in more than 50 of the world's leading antivirus services; no possible threat has been detected.
This software program is potentially malicious or may contain unwanted bundled software.
Based on our scan system, we have determined that these flags are possibly false positives.
It means a benign program is wrongfully flagged as malicious due to an overly broad detection signature or algorithm used in an antivirus program.
It’s highly probable this software program is malicious or contains unwanted bundled software.
Based on our scan system, we have determined that these flags are likely to be real positives.