Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Gmail no longer for Windows XP and Windows Vista Users on Chrome

Beginning February 8, 2017, Google will demonstrate a flag at the top point of the Gmail interface for clients who are still on Google Chrome Browser v53 and underneath to urge upgrading up to the most recent adaptation of Chrome, as of now on form 55.

Chrome Browser v55 contains a few essential security upgrades. This puts XP and Vista clients in a repulsive circumstance, as the main browser still supported on their working frameworks now remains Firefox 45.

Gmail clients that are still on Windows XP and Windows Vista are to be affected, on the grounds that v49 was the last version form which those those operating systems.

What happens if clients keep on using Chrome Browser v53 and underneath?

  • If you still use older versions of Chrome Browser currently that support has all over, Gmail are a lot of susceptible to security risks and users won’t have access to new options and bugfixes.
  • Gmail can still operate on Chrome Browser v53 and below through the tip of the year. Users World Health Organization stay on Chrome v53 and below can be redirected to the essential markup language version of Gmail as early as Dec 2017.

Also Read:

  1. Here’s how non-secure web will feel in Chrome’s secure-by-default future.
  2. Browser Autofill Feature Poses Security Risks


Latest articles

Threat Actor Claiming a 0-day in Linux LPE Via GRUB bootloader

A new threat actor has emerged, claiming a zero-day vulnerability in the Linux GRUB...

LockBit Ransomware Group Claims Hack of US Federal Reserve

The notorious LockBit ransomware group has claimed responsibility for hacking the U.S. Federal Reserve,...

Microsoft Power BI Vulnerability Let Attackers Access Organizations Sensitive Data

A vulnerability in Microsoft Power BI allows unauthorized users to access sensitive data underlying...

Consulting Companies to Pay $11 Million Failing Cybersecurity Requirements

Two consulting companies, Guidehouse Inc. and Nan McKay and Associates, have agreed to pay...

New RAT Malware SneakyChef & SugarGhost Attack Windows Systems

Talos Intelligence has uncovered a sophisticated cyber campaign attributed to the threat actor SneakyChef....

Chinese Winnti Group Intensifies Financially Motivated Attacks

Hackers are increasingly executing financially motivated attacks and all due to the lucrative potential...

PrestaShop Website Under Injection Attack Via Facebook Module

A critical vulnerability has been discovered in the "Facebook" module (pkfacebook) from Promokit.eu for...
Guru baran
Guru baranhttps://gbhackers.com
Gurubaran is a co-founder of Cyber Security News and GBHackers On Security. He has 10+ years of experience as a Security Consultant, Editor, and Analyst in cybersecurity, technology, and communications.

Free Webinar

API Vulnerability Scanning

71% of the internet traffic comes from APIs so APIs have become soft targets for hackers.Securing APIs is a simple workflow provided you find API specific vulnerabilities and protect them.In the upcoming webinar, join Vivek Gopalan, VP of Products at Indusface as he takes you through the fundamentals of API vulnerability scanning..
Key takeaways include:

  • Scan API endpoints for OWASP API Top 10 vulnerabilities
  • Perform API penetration testing for business logic vulnerabilities
  • Prioritize the most critical vulnerabilities with AcuRisQ
  • Workflow automation for this entire process

Related Articles