Google Chrome 90 released with HTTPS as the default protocol

Time to remind your users to make sure automatic updates for Chrome are turned on…:

Google has released Chrome 90 today, April 14th, 2021, to the Stable desktop channel, and it includes security improvements, a new AV1 encoder, and the default protocol changed to HTTPS.

Chrome 90 fixes 37 security bugs, including a zero-day used at the Pwn2Own competition and publicly released Monday on Twitter.

Originally scheduled for release yesterday, it is believed Google pushed it back a day to fix the zero-day vulnerability.


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