I voted 'no' because the 'author' of Iron (from what I've read and think I understand of what he has done and has not done) is only repackaging the browser under a new name with just a few changes that could be done to the original browser by just changing some options (or command-line options) and he is tacking on a 'clicksense' tag to make money (from what I understand of what all I've read about the browser and it's 'author').
I'd rather do a little bit of research (i.e. asking those who know the correct way of changing Chromium to make it 'secure') and change Chromium to do all that it can to be secure (such as, always using 'https', or at least as often as it can be used), etcetera.
At least, Commodo doesn't make false adverts about what it can or cannot do (at least, not to my knowledge it doesn't ... anyone know differently?)!
It would have been better for the 'author' of Iron to simply either tell people how to change Chromium or to come up with a script to do it, than to lie about what it really does *not* do!
If it was simply that he wanted money from the changes, he could have asked for donations, for maybe like keeping the people who used his script or ideas, up to date on any alterations &/or updates?