Google's latest stable channel update for the Chrome browser on Windows, Mac and Linux desktop machines includes fixes for 53 security issues, including three high-severity vulnerabilities.
Google issued patches for 37 security issues in Chrome, with one being rated critical and six considered high risks, with the release of Chrome 63.0.3239.84.
Google will start shaming websites for not encrypting connections between the user and the site itself by telling users exactly when they are visiting HTTP sites
A Google encryption vulnerability could allow bad actors to hijack video content from protected videos.
Google has instituted a blacklist of untrustworthy certificates for use in the company's browser Chrome.
Google considering following Mozilla and Microsoft footsteps and dropping support for insecure SHA-1 certificates earlier than expected