Koala will remember everything

    IBM labs are developing a wiki-like Firefox browser plugin called Koala . Its purpose is to automate repeat operations on the web. For example, a plugin can ease the tedious job of filling out various forms.

    Koala technology remembers the actions of the user, forming a kind of template that should minimize the time of repeated passage through the same chain of actions. Ready-made Koala scripts can be published on the Internet.

    Since there is a chance that scripts created with malicious intent will get into Koala, it is important for developers to solve a number of security problems. The technology was demonstrated by IBM developers at the ETech conference.

    via CNet

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