On May 23th Yahoo! released a "web browser" for iOS devices and a web browser addon for Firefox, Safari and Chrome. [CNET News Release]
Later on in the day, someone downloaded the Chrome extension to their desktop, opened it up (Chrome extensions (CRX file) are ZIP archives) and found out their cert private key was included with the file. [Source: Tweet from @nikcub]
Yahoo! pulled the Chrome extension then reuploaded early on May 24th without the cert private key being public this time.
When you go to the download page at http://axis.yahoo.com/ it doesn't seem to allow downloads to people on Linux operating systems. Using a special trick, I downloaded the CRX file to my Debian computer and installed the extension in Chromium (Open source version of Chrome)
It seems to work. After about 5 minutes, I got tired of it and disabled the extension.
Yahoo! Axis for Linux:
If you would like to try out the extension for yourself on your Linux operating system, I uploaded the extension to my web site. http://web.techfurs.net/Downloads/Axis_Chrome_Extension/ Read the README file first for important information.
~ By darkfur93 -- May-24-2012 Follow me on Twitter