Google finally released yesterday an update for Google Chrome after fixing the three critical security vulnerabilities of Adobe Flash, Reader and Acrobat that were affecting the Windows, Mac and Linux versions of the browser. In fact before of the update was seriously possible for malicious attacker to take control of user’s operating system.
After paying $ 4,500 to make the better update possible, Google in now encouraging users and administrators to make the necessary updates.
The update is not only available for PC but for Android devices as well, as Chrome is recognized as the most used browser for Androids with over five hundreds millions installs. But although the update contains multiple security and stability update, there are still major issues, like YouTube support for casting videos and full screen video controls, that have not been addressed yet and that could lead in a future loss of popularity for the famous browser,
You can read more about Microsoft Security Bulletin at this link: https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms14-may