How to View the Source Code of a Chrome Extension
There are two main reasons why you may want to read the source code of any Google Chrome extension (including Web Apps and Chrome Themes): If the Chrome extension has been created by an unknown developer, you want to ensure that it does what the description says and nothing more. You would not like to download a Chrome extension on your machine that tracks your search logs or browsing history. You are learning how to write a Chrome extension (or theme) and are curious to know how some of the good extensions have been written. The licenses of some Chrome extensions may even allow code reuse with attribution.
LastPass – Password Manager, Form Filler, Password Management
LastPass is a password manager that makes web browsing easier and more secure.
Choose a secret password. This is your top-secret password that you never tell anyone or write down. Enter a website address. For example, “amazon.com”. Click Generate password. You can come back and get this password any time you need it.
Privacy Law enforces the protection of confidential personal information disclosed in a private location or to a professional and the gathering of electronic data in which the personal information provided is disclosed or misappropriated. Information on social networking sites and related privacy issues are also reviewed in this area of practice.
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