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Hello @yardbird

The Google Chrome Developers have changed how they release their new versions. Instead of having a Beta release, then straight to a Stable release, they've added a 'middle step' called 'Early Stable' which goes out to a select number of people randomly. See their blog post here



The way we query Chrome's versions, that 'Early Stable' release is reported as available now, which of course would then be identified as a new version by Security Advisor.

Our Developers continue to look into how to deal with this new release structure by Google Chrome. The good news is, this transitional Early Stable Release is only 1 week long. Tomorrow, March 7th, the latest Chrome version will be the Stable Release available to everyone meaning tomorrow when you check Chrome for updates, it will have one for you.


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