Google Chrome users alert! Government issues THIS warning about popular browser


The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has issued a ‘high severity’ warning for Google Chrome Internet browser users. CERT-In works under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). A report issued by the CERT-In office says the browsing platform giant Google Chrome is dangerous in terms of user selfies.

The government has detected several vulnerabilities in the Google Chrome browser that can lead to hacking. According to the advisory issued by the government, users should immediately update the Google Chrome browser. The government says if a user does not update Google Chrome, the risk of remotely hacking the device will remain, from which your sensitive personal details can be stolen.

Along with the government, tech giant Google’s team has also advised users to update the Chrome browser. According to Google, 22 types of security fixes have been given in the latest Chrome browser, which works to increase user privacy

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