Lately I have installed some extensions from chromium store and saw some strange thing!. When I google something some modification to google shown on google result page. after I searched I found out that extension are causing this changes.
For example you can see 3 links in grey area that were added by a extension:
when I stay on those links it shows a link to searchgist.com like this: http://g.searchgist.com/redir/ad/66aee535825aee62b99a19c7a0fe4a89
I had other modification that could be disable by clicking from target site. but not this one.
Now I want to know which extentions are doing these modification and how to disable them?
Debian 7.2 64bit with gnome-shell 3.4
Chromium Version 30.0.1599.101 Debian 7.2 (227552)
List of my extensions: (copied from my chrome://extensions/)
most of them are disable but problem resists.
A simple solution as suggested here and in comments is to disable all the plugins and enable them one by one and detect the culprit one. But it's not a good solution and the previous to the last one (which is stop using chrome!). There should be a way to know this before installing a extension and detect it after installation.
There is also a chance of having a malware! as it's in this question .
And a solution for windows users seems to be here for one of the extension problem which I had before and not now.
Firefox has a solution with adblock plugin.