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  2. Feb 2021
    1. If you’d prefer not to allow third-party cookies, and if you’re using a Chromium browser (like Chrome or Brave), you can allow cookies from the extension itself. In this case, you’ll allow cookies from [*.]bjfhmglciegochdpefhhlphglcehbmek.

      In Brave open Settings / Additional settings / Privacy and security and then under Sites that can always use cookies add [*.]bjfhmglciegochdpefhhlphglcehbmek.

      If only this was possible on Safari.

  3. Jan 2021
    1. sudo apt purge chromium-browser chromium-chromedriver Bye bye, fake Chromium packages.
    2. Debian still maintains Chromium as a regular package in their APT repository. We can configure Ubuntu to get it from there, and continue to receive timely security updates along with all of our other OS updates. This makes sense from a security perspective, since Debian is where Ubuntu already gets most of its packages, and is a very well known high-profile project. There is no need to risk installing software from some random source or telling your system to trust a PPA.
    1. The chromium browser has been available as a deb package for all supported Ubuntu releases and as a snap since version 60, and the time has come to start transitioning away from the debs.
    1. All right, whoever, who wanted to get the latest Chromium work without worrying about snaps, get it from here 15, unzip it and make a executable link to executive file “chrome” in it. It opens instantaneously (in a snap). This Chromium web browser is NOT installed, but lives in a folder called chrome-linux.
  4. Oct 2018