Big danger again for users, government-issued advisory, know how to stay safe
With the increasing progress of technology, the dangers associated with it are also increasing. Since the advent of AI, this problem has increased slightly. Recently, the Government of India issued an advisory with a serious warning for Google Chrome users. It has been told that the threats to Chrome users are increasing. Let us know about it.
Top Technology The government has issued an advisory for Google's browsing service Chrome. Yes, the security agency Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has issued an advisory for Chrome.
Google Chrome, is a platform used by millions of people around the world, the warning received is related to several flaws, which affect the user's data and system security.
CERT-In has marked these flaws at high-risk level and has suggested taking immediate action on them. Let us tell you that CERT-In is an agency responsible for understanding, providing information, and managing cyber security threats.
CERT-In has reported several vulnerabilities in Google Chrome that allow hackers to execute arbitrary code, bypass security, or compromise target systems. These flaws create risks for users. Due to this, there is a need to keep your sensitive information and systems safe.
Cyber attackers have exploited the vulnerabilities identified by CERT-In to compromise users. It lists the CVE-2023-4863 flaw, which has affected multiple software versions, causing problems for users of these Google Chrome versions.
- Google Chrome versions before 116.0.5845.188 are upcoming for Mac and Linux
- Google Chrome versions before 116.0.5845.187 for Windows
- Google Chrome desktop versions before 117.0.5938.62 coming for Mac and Linux
- Google Chrome desktop versions before 117.0.5938.62/.63 for Windows
How to keep the system secure:
1. CERT-In advised that Chrome users must take immediate action to keep their systems and data safe.
2. To update Google Chrome and fix these flaws, visit the official Google Chrome release blog. Update your browser. This will solve your problem.