We recommend that you click Update to open the download page to get the latest version of Java.If you chose to click Block the Java plug-in will be disabled in the browser and Java applications can not be run in the browser until Java is updated.Deselecting this option will not prevent the dialog from being seen if the Java version installed is out of date.The JRE expires whenever a new release with security vulnerability fixes becomes available.And even worse, if you use the same login details for other websites or accounts, the hackers will be able to gain access to these to.However, it now seems the threat has been fixed by Google in recent update to Chrome.Java 7 Update 10 (7u10) and newer versions now include a feature that will notify the user when the version of Java being used is out of date or has known security vulnerabilities and an updated version that fixes those vulnerabilities is available for download.When you encounter a page that includes a Java application and your version of Java is considered out of date, the Java Update Needed message will be shown.
Last month it was discovered that Google Chrome was vulnerable to a serious phishing scam that targeting Gmail.
Victims were targeted via an email to their Gmail account, which may include an attachment or image, and might even come from a contact or company you recognise.
When clicked on, this opens a new tab with a page which closely resembles the real Gmail login page, and asks the user to sign in once more.
We want everyone to be able to use, navigate, and interact with our website, regardless of circumstance. For the best experience, please keep your technology up to date: To provide our customers the most effective and secure online access to their accounts, we are continually upgrading our online services.
As we add new features and enhancements to our service, older browser versions or Internet devices may not support these new standards.