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The CERT issued another warning for Chrome web browser users

The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT -IN) a government agency issues another warnings for Chrome Web Browser users.

The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT -IN) a government agency issues another warnings for Chrome Web Browser users. The CERT-IN advisory states: “Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Google Chrome which could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information and execute arbitrary code on the targeted system,”

This mean attacker can access sensitive information from your computer if you don’t take immediate action.

What are the affected version of Chrome?

  • Google Chrome for Desktop versions prior to 125.0.6422.60 (for Linux)
  • Google Chrome for Desktop versions prior to 125.0.6422.60.61 (for Windows and Mac)

What action Should you take?

To avoid these vulnerabilities, you must update your Chrome Web Browser to the latest version. Google has announce that an update is rolling out to fix these vulnerabilities. Chrome version 125 will be rolling out and coming out in coming days. If you are using any of the above mentioned versions of Chrome you must update to the secure version immediately.

Conclusion

A similar advisory was reported last month in April, where Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IN) issues the same warning for specific Chrome versions. These will occur constanly and may happen in future. Therefore, it’s safe to always use the latest version of Chrome web browser and check for update regularly to be protected from these attacks.

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Enijes Shadap
Enijes Shadap
Enijes Shadap is a professional content writer and the founder of Grabyoume. He worked as a content writer and web designer specializing in WordPress, Shopify for two years.

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