If you use Google Chrome, be careful, as an alert has been issued for Google Chrome users by the government agency Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In). According to which the current Google Chrome is not safe for use. CERT-In has found several vulnerabilities in Google Chrome. The government agency has rated version 92.0.4515.131 of Google Chrome as dangerous and advised to stop using it. The company claims that if you do not do this, you can become a victim of attacks by remote attackers.
How to Defend
To avoid such cyber attacks, CERT-In has been advised to update Google Chrome to its old version 92.0.4515.131 immediately.
Warning issued to PC users
CERT-In has issued a warning for PC Google Chrome users. It is claimed that the current Google Chrome has a lot of vulnerabilities. This vulnerability is due to heap buffer overflow error in Google Chrome bookmarks, you after free error in file system API, browser UI or page info UI, and other reasons.
How to Update Google Chrome
- First of all, open the Chrome browser on your computer.
- Three dots will appear on the top right corner; click on them.
- After this, you have to click on the Update Google Chrome option.
- If the Update button is not visible, you are using the latest version of the Chrome browser.
- How to Check if Chrome Browser is Updated
If the update is pending, the icon will be coloured.
- Green: The update was released two days ago.
- Orange: Update was released four days ago.
- Red: The update was released a week ago.
Earlier, CERT-In advised Apple iPhone and iPad users to update their operating systems. Explain that CERT-In is a government agency working under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY).