Google launches Chrome 55: favors HTML5 over Flash by default radically reducing RAM usage
For the ones that may not have realized it, Google recently launched the most recent version of its Chrome
browser earlier this week which brings the modern browser up to the 55th version.
The important update includes nothing less than 36 securities fixes which alleviate an array of issues including
Same-origin bypass, XSS (cross-site scripting), and buffer overflow vulnerabilities. Remarkably, 26 of the fixes
were provided by outside researchers who were paid a collective sum of more than $64,000 by Google for their labor.