Windows update breaks Chrome security and other internet browsers

US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The Windows update has broken the security systems of Chrome and other Internet browsers. Including Microsoft Edge, no matter how ironic it may sound.

It’s about the so-called sandbox mode. Thanks to it, various processes in the browser are isolated and have different access levels. Using this method, they cannot damage critical system resources. The function relies on the operating system, i.e., Windows 10.

Unfortunately, in the May update of Windows 10 , one line of code was discovered that “breaks” the work of the sandbox. It could be assumed that the problem affects only Chrome, however, in fact, this applies to almost all popular browsers. And all because many of them, including Opera and Microsoft Edge, are based on Chromium.

Online:

Contact us: [email protected]

Our Standards, Terms of Use: Standard Terms And Conditions.