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If you use Google Chrome browser for surfing the Internet, then be careful. A report has revealed that Google Chrome is the most insecure browser. In fact, with this, out of 3,159 technical flaws in Google Chrome so far in 2022, the maximum number of flaws have been revealed in Chrome. Let us inform that in the past, many vulnerabilities were reported in Google Chrome for Desktop by the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (Cert-in) and an alert was also issued for the users.
This has been revealed in a new report by Atlas VPN. According to the report, out of 3,159 technical flaws, Google Chrome has the maximum number of 303 flaws. According to the report, Google Chrome has become the most vulnerable and insecure browser. These figures are based on the VulDB flaws database from January 1, 2022 to October 5, 2022. CVE-202203318, CVE-2022-3314, CVE-2022-3311, CVE-2022-3309 and CVE-2022-3307 have been found in Chrome this month. The CVE program tracks security vulnerabilities and vulnerabilities across multiple platforms. However, according to the report, users can fix these by updating to Google Chrome version 106.0.5249.61.
At the same time, according to the report, Mozilla Firefox browser is second with 117 vulnerabilities, while as of October, 103 vulnerabilities were found in Microsoft Edge. At the same time, the least flaws have been found in Apple’s browsing app Safari.
do this to stay safe
If you use Google Chrome for Internet surfing and want to protect yourself, the first thing you should do is update this browser. Also, while using Google Chrome, note that do not click on any fake links or unknown links or visit the website. Also, do not save your banking information on any website or browser.
The government had given a warning
This warning was issued by the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) of the Ministry of IT for desktop users. According to the advisory of CERT-In, there are many flaws in Google Chrome. Taking advantage of these flaws, hackers can execute arbitrary code by sending crafted requests to your system. This code can bypass your computer’s security and completely hack your system. CERT-In asked users to be vigilant on the browser and update immediately.