Google released a security warning to its Chrome web browser customers for the Internet search giant. The firm released an update to Chrome that informs users that a security patch is included.
The latest browser upgrade — version 81.0.4044.113 — for Windows, Mac, and Linux has been rolled-out. The latest version arrives with security fixes only, but the company has no details on it. “Links to bug information and connections will remain restricted until the majority of users reboot with a patch”, states Google in a small note.
We will also retain restrictions if the bug exists in a third party library that other projects similarly depend on, but haven’t yet fixed.”
The latest update will be published in the next few days or weeks, Google reported in a blog post. Click three vertical points at the top right corner of the window to show Chrome users’ copies and then browse for Help > > About. To note that, earlier this month, Google rolled out the Chrome 81 update and added the ‘Tab Groups’ feature.
As the name suggests, users can club along with the tabs. [ To do so, right-click or double-tap each tab > > select Add to New Group > > drag into that group. You will pick the new group.
This also helps users to tailor the group to the header (colored dot), group name and so on. It also helps users to easily combine two classes or ungroup tabs.
This month, Google has removed SameSite cookie changes attributed to coronavirus disease in Chromium (COVID-19) for a brief period. Recalling that, with version 80 released in February, Chrome began using third-party cookies by default to boost the protection of third parties.
The pragmatic implementation has been carefully supervised, including the diligent procurement of individual websites and utilities to ensure the proper marking of their cookies.
“…In light of the extraordinary global circumstances due to COVID-19, we are temporarily rolling back the enforcement of SameSite cookie labeling, starting today,” said Google in Chromium blog post.