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Google Chrome Crack 72.0.3626.81 [Latest Version] Is Here!

Lighthouse performance score is affected by different Chrome versions! In our latest and most shocking discovery, without touching absolutely anything in our test system (e.g. identical OS version / laptop) or our website, we received a score of 77 for Performance in Chrome 71.0.3578.98 and score of 100 (perfect!) in Chrome 72.0.3626.81 which either indicates significant Chrome speed improvements or Lighthouse performance score calculations and algorithm changes.

Google Chrome Crack 72.0.3626.81 [Latest Version] Is Here!


Moreover with the development and popularity of the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol [2] and its subsequent version Transport Layer Secure (TLS) [3], lots of websites and client applications adopt the HTTPS protocol instead of HTTP [4]. It is based on TLS which can prevent the transmission of data from advertising hijacking and packet manipulation. This also becomes the barrier of security information and event management (SIEM) systems. Although the TLS protocol is very secure in theory, there are many kinds of problems in its practical uses. The software which implements the protocol may have vulnerabilities, such as those of OpenSSL [5, 6], and some insecure algorithms and cipher suites may cause the cipher text to be cracked [7, 8, 9]. Moreover, there may be Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attacks in the authentication process, for reasons such as counterfeit certificates [10], certificate verification bugs or lack of security consciousness [11, 12]. Actually the problems led by improper deployment of TLS protocol are more complicated than we thought, especially in the browser application and HTTP protocol [13, 14]. The security of TLS protocol is continuously improved in the confrontation between attack and defense, which has been shown in the draft of TLS version 1.3 [15]. Meanwhile, there are many enhanced mechanisms for TLS applications [16], some of which are widely used in practice, such as HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) [17], Public-Key Pinning Extension (PKPE) [18], Certificate Transparency (CT) [19], and so on.


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