North Myrtle Beach, SC
| |said by nolz :Exactly..
Curious as to how Chrome is vulnerable if it doesn't even allow java to run unless manually given permission
Test page to see if you are vulnerable..but even if it lists your version ..java will not run in chrome unless you give it specific permission.
By default java is a blocked plugin for Chrome.
Google Chrome now blocks plug-ins that are not widely used. When this happens, you will see a message such as the following:
"The Java plug-in needs your permission to run."
You should only run the plug-in if you trust the website you are visiting (for example, your banking website might legitimately use a Java applet).
To let the plug-in run on the site, follow these steps:
To run the plug-in just this once, click Run this time in the message. The plug-in will run, but if you re-visit the site, you'll be asked for permission to run the plug-in again.
To always allow the current site to run the plug-in, click Always run on this site. Subsequent visits to the site will run the plug-in without asking again.
To always allow this type of plug-in to run, go to chrome://plugins, find the plug-in and select the Always allowed checkbox.
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