Google has released a security update for Chrome based in improving the Adobe Flash plug-in sandboxing. This update makes the plug-in just as secure as the native sandboxing on Chrome is meaning you can browse the web without as much fear of hackers.
This will make it almost impossible for hackers to attack computers thru Flash without getting around an entire new wall of security put in place by the plug-in. Google has repeatedly shown an interest in making Chrome a more secure browser with its Pwnium contest which rewards hackers with cash if they find worthy exploits in the browser.
So what do all of you think? Will this new plug-in discourage hackers from trying to hack computers through Chrome/Flash?