On 02/06/2014 08:41 AM, Phelps, Matt wrote: > Of course we already have notified Google. > > I was hoping for a little more granularity. Google is a large place; as is > Red Hat I know. There was word that Red Hat was working with Google on a > solution, and I was hoping to hear if there was any movement. > > I can't ask Red Hat since we don't pay for it, but perhaps the new CentOS > relationship with them can offer a channel of communication for the > Community. I don't mean to poke, but is there a reason you aren't using Chromium? It looks, acts, and works like Google Chrome except that: 1) It doesn't spy on you. 2) It uses standard flash that you install separately. 3) The icon looks a little different. I use Chromium on Fedora, so I can't comment on CentOS, which I only use for headless servers. But this might be a starting point: http://www.if-not-true-then-false.com/2013/install-chromium-on-centos-red-hat-rhel/ Good luck!