Google Chrome Updates Stable Channel To 13 And Dev Channel To 15 Without Any Major Upgrades

J ust after the Mozilla Firefox releases version 6 , their biggest competitor Chrome from Google has also updated their stable channel to 1...

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Just after the Mozilla Firefox releases version 6, their biggest competitor Chrome from Google has also updated their stable channel to 13 and Dev channel to 15. Sorry to note. just like the Firefox update, I can’t find any major upgrades in Chrome’s latest release stable 13. I was really disappointed as Chrome is my favorite browser and I was hoping for something brilliant from them in their latest release but they are just increasing their numbers! I haven't even tried the Dev version yet (may be won’t). If you have a wish to update your browser, then read more below and follow the links.


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This time, Google has disabled the DigiNotar certificate authority in Chrome as some attackers used a fraudulent SSL certificate issued by DigiNotar in order to attempt SSL man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks against Google users. The affected people were primarily located in Iran.

In this attempt, someone tried to get between the users and encrypted Google services using a fraudulent SSL certificate. The certificate was issued by DigiNotar which is a root certificate authority that should not issue certificates for Google.

2 comments :

  1. Those updates sucks. Nothing really on it.

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  2. @Marks85 That's true. I haven't found any interesting updates.

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