Google Chrome now blocks plugins that are not widely used. When this happens, you will see a message such as the following:
“The Java plugin needs your permission to run.”
You should only run the plugin if you trust the website you are visiting for example, your banking website might legitimately use a Java applet. Some plugins, such as Flash, are used by many websites on the Internet.
To allow the plugins run on the site, follow these steps:
- To run the plug-in just this once, click Run this time in the message. The plug-in will run, but if you re-visit the site, you’ll be asked for permission to run the plug-in again.
- To always allow the current site to run the plug-in, click Always run on this site. Subsequent visits to the site will run the plug-in without asking again.