Perform a Google search and you'll be presented with pages of options. How do you pick up a potential Trojan or malicious software? By heading to a rogue website and downloading or accessing files made available to download. But how do you sort the wheat from the chaff? You look through all the text-based Google searches and, apart from a minor description, you'll have to visit the site and hope for the best.
GooglePreview 3.8 is a simple add-on for Firefox (also works on Firefox 3 beta) that will offer a quick visual preview of the searched sites. This is a small image of the intended website and it might offer you additional security before you decide to visit the site. Either way, it improves the look-and-feel of your Google searches, although you might not squeeze as many on to your search page as the images take up additional real estate.
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