Google Chrome Users Beware Threat Of Cyber Attack Government Advised Update New Version

The Government of India has issued a warning regarding Google Chrome. According to the report, many flaws have been reported in Google Chrome, which can easily give a hacker and cyber attack a chance to hack a system. This warning has been given by the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) to the users of Chrome. CERT-In is a government agency that monitors cyber security threats. A report by analytics firm State Counter revealed that Chrome has the largest market share globally. It accounts for 63 percent of web usage.
The problem
report in the old version of Google Chrome claims that Google Chrome on features like Secure Browsing, Reader Mode, Web Search, Thumbnail Tab Strip, Screen Capture, Window Dialog, Payments, Extension, Full Screen Mode, Scroll, Extension There are flaws in Chrome. However, the agency says that this deficiency is being seen on Chrome before version 98.0.4758.80 of Google Chrome. Google Chrome released a new update
Google has recently released an update and the warning is for those users who are still using Google Chrome version before 98.0.4758.80. The new Chrome 98.0.4758.80/81/82 update was recently released for Windows and version 98.0.4758.80 for Mac and Linux users. Which is said to be safe. Update the old version sooner This way, if you use a newer version than the old version of Chrome, then the new update 27 fixes the security issue, including all the flaws mentioned above. How to Know the Version of Google Chrome On Google Chrome, click on the 3 dot on the right side. Then click on the Help tab. On clicking on the Help tab, you will see 4 options, in which you can find the version of Chrome by clicking on the top option.

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