Indian Government Issued Advisory, Google Chrome Users At High Risk

Google Chrome users should be aware of this important information. If you ignore it, you could end up with serious injury. The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT In) has issued a warning to users of Google Chrome browser. This warning is only for Chrome users who are using Google Chrome version 99.0.4844.74 and earlier Chrome browsers.

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About The Warning Of Google Chrome

CERT-In issued a warning that CERT-In discovered a few flaws in Google Chrome. These flaws could be used to attack electronic devices, such as laptops, tablets, and mobile phones. Hackers can gain remote access to mobiles, computers, and other devices by using arbitrary code. These attacks pose a high security risk because hackers can bypass security restrictions in older versions of Google Chrome browser.

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Google Chrome’s Flaws

The old Google Chrome version has many security flaws. According to the government’s advisory, Google Chrome browser flaws include extension, blink layout, flip page, split screen, angle and heap buffer overflow in GPU. CERT-In, a competent body of Government of India, advised that Google Chrome version 99.0.4844.74 should be updated immediately.

How To Update Google Chrome?

  • All users need to update their Chrome browser to keep their data secure.
  • Open Chrome browser and navigate to Menu to update it.
  • Click on the Help button.
  • You will find an option called About Google Chrome.
  • As soon as you click here, your Chrome browser will begin updating.
  • You will need to click on “Relaunch” after that.

Google Chrome Most Used Web Browsing

Google Chrome is the most used browser in the world. Google Chrome is the most popular browser with 65.38% worldwide. Apple’s browsing platform has a market share of 9.84 percent. Microsoft Edge is next with a 9.84 percent market share.

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