New Delhi: Government of India Google Chrome Users are warned to be vigilant. The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has raised the possibility of a cyber attack on Google Chrome users. CERT-In According to, many errors have been found in the Chrome browser, which may be responsible for cyber attacks. To prevent this, CERT-IN has issued an advisory. CERT-In has issued instructions to quickly update the Chrome browser to prevent cyber attacks. According to reports, if the Chrome browser is not updated, hackers can gain control of the system using arbitrary code. Earlier this month, Google fixed a bug in Chrome 98. Earlier versions of Google Chrome 98.0.4758.80 could be hacked, the agency said.
What to do to avoid cyber attack?
Google recently announced Chrome 98 for Windows, macOS and Linux users. The company said the update includes a total of 27 security improvements. When releasing the update, Google announced that access to bug details and links would be restricted until most users received the Google Chrome browser update. “We may restrict access to bugs and links in third libraries and projects,” the company added. Google Chrome gets automatic updates in the background. If the update is not available, users will need to update Chrome manually. This requires users to visit Chrome and then About Google Chrome. Once Google Chrome is downloaded, the browser needs to be restarted. This will completely install the new version of Google Chrome.