Goolge has released the stable version of Chrome 93.0.4577.62 for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Google's blog contains a list of 27 security vulnerabilities that have been fixed in Chrome 93.0.4577.62.
Chrome 93 in addition to the new features and enhancements it brings, this version is very important because it is the latest version of Google's regular release rate. Starting with Chrome 94 next month, the company will switch to a four-week release cycle.
It is important to note that Chrome 93 discontinues support for 3DES cipher block chaining (CBC) cipher suite in Transport Layer Security (TLS).
Google cites many reasons for this, and one of them is the fact that the latest AES encryption is secure. 3DES is also vulnerable to Sweet32 attack and is extremely slow, consumes battery power and requires more CPU, especially on mobile phones. In addition, much of the information is leaked to the cache and timing channels.
In the same vein, Google discontinues support for HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP server connections on ports 989 and 990. This is for security reasons and is a protection against ALPACA attack.
Read more about the vulnerabilities that this release has fixed