Chrome 90 HTTPS default and 0day fix

Google and its commitment to more secure HTTPS browsing are now taking another step with the release of the stable version 90 of Chrome.

The release comes a day after the expected one, and probably includes fixes for one 0day exploit revealed for the first time in the Pwn2Own competition.

In March, Google announced that Chrome would start choosing only HTTPS connections starting with version 90, citing that it is now the most widely used protocol, improving , The αλλά και την αρχική φόρτωσης ιστότοπων που το υποστηρίζουν.

Στο iOS η θα κυκλοφορήσει λίγο αργότερα.

This version of Chrome also incorporates the AV1 encoder for the first time in Google's browser, which states that it is "specially optimized for video conferencing."

We have seen AV1 implemented by για αναπαραγωγή βίντεο σε κινητές , αλλά ο κωδικοποιητής 4K “χωρίς δικαιώματα” προφανώς θα βελτιώσει τη ροή σε δίκτυα πολύ χαμηλού εύρους ζώνης και θα βελτιώσει την απόδοση κοινής χρήσης οθόνης σε σύγκριση με το VP9.

As usual, a review of the formerτος περιήγησής σας είναι πιθανότατα αρκετή για να εγκαταστήσετε τη . The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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