Center issues new warning to Google Chrome users, says ‘remote attacker…’


The Center has issued a warning to Google Chrome users about multiple vulnerabilities that could make their web browsers vulnerable to hackers. India’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IN), an agency under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology that regularly releases cybersecurity updates, has issued a high-level warning. severity for users.

According to CERT-IN, multiple vulnerabilities exist in Google Chrome due to buffer overflow in Vulkan, use after free layout, extensions, accessibility and feedback service on Chrome OS, d ‘Insufficient validation of data in the file system and extensions as well as an inappropriate implementation in full screen mode.

CERT-IN states: “Several vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to bypass security restrictions, execute arbitrary code, or cause a denial of service on the targeted system.

Affected software includes Google Chrome versions earlier than 107.0.5304.62 for Mac, versions earlier than 107.0.5304.68 for Linux, and versions earlier than 07.0.5304.62/63 for Windows.

The agency recommends immediately upgrading Google Chrome browsers to the latest versions.

CERT-IN had also issued the same warning in September and August about the web browser being vulnerable to routine attackers.


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