Google Chrome will begin to block Flash from September

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Google ChromeGoogle Chrome web browser will start to block content created in Flash, from September this year, when will be released the 53 th version of the popular browser, according to a company blog. Similar measures will be developers of Mozilla Firefox, but the termination of Flash support is not called the exact timing.

Instead, Google promotes the HTML5 technology, which is currently supported by all popular browsers. In comparison with Flash it can accelerate the work of many sites based of Flash-animation, but also require much less resources and time to index these pages in the network.

GoogleIn addition, the Flash periodically found various vulnerabilities that allow access to the personal data of users, and the company-developer of the technology can not cope with all potential threats.

It is noted that before the end of 2016. Google’s browser will support Flash technology exclusively to the ten most popular sites on the Internet: youtube.com, facebook.com, yahoo.com, vk.com, live.com, Yandex.ru, ok.ru , twitch.tv, amazon.com and mail.ru.

Previously, Google refused to Flash-rollers on its video sharing site Youtube, transferring them to the HTML5 standard, and with the January 2017 abandon the outdated standards in its advertising Google AdSense network.

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