Today I saw an ad for Grammarly . A spelling and grammar correction chrome extension. I wanted to install the app but stopped at the stage where I had to give certain permissions.
Following permissions were concerning for me:
- Modify data you copy and paste
- Read and edit all data on the websites you are visiting
(lets ignore third party site communications and notifications here)
I understand those permissions are required to enable this app to work. But what if this app had a malicious hidden agenda ?
Is there any way to know for sure this app is safe to use in combination with Nash and other crypto interactions online ?
=> feature request. Add honeypot fields and data to the DOM and monitor with the Nash chrome extension wether those fields were altered to detect Man in the middle attacks. (or whatever such attack would be called)