On Thursday, May 24, 2012, Yahoo! launched its browser called Axis. This browser is claimed to be an extension of Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. With a single step, Axis is claimed to be able to refine the search through a browser to make the search more visual than text based. visit axis.yahoo.com to experience axis browser
Axis will be present as application for tablets, smart phones and personal computers as a pioneer of the future experience of finding information in cyberspace while it is constantly evolving. When we type a keyword search on Axis search, the title search results and the corresponding page will show . To select a search result, visitors click the right on the appearing pages. “We’re focused on front-end,” said Ethan Batraski, Yahoo! Director of Product Development.
Search results in the form of small-sized pages. In it there are thumbnail images that illustrate your search keywords. “This process is expected to accommodate you on a quest of information,” said Batraski.
Yahoo! claimed Axis search for keywords and find a site faster than other browsers. More interesting info is that the Axis offers a space for advertising without disrupting users. Axis two main advantages include a screen that can enlarge, customize search results with thumbnail images. Then search through as much fun as a smart phone through a tablet or a personal computer.
Yahoo! is the Axis ads flexibility, because they are still searching for the user experience’ data about this pioneer browser. “It may become a source of learning advertising development in the browser,” said Batraski.
A blogger discovered that Axis chance to enter a dangerous attacker. False extension, according to Nik, axis captures all traffic, including keyword, session cookies, and others. Nik admitted that he had reported to Yahoo! about this weakness, but there are no responses yet. Nik Cubrilovic, the blog owner finds that the certificate file makes it easy to use Yahoo! malicious attacker (malicious attacker) could create a fake extension as an identifier of Yahoo!