In recent years, we have seen an increase in the number of cybercrime cases. Be it the honeytrap cases where innocent women get blackmailed, be it the data theft or the classic case of leaking private and sensitive information, cybercrime has been taking different shapes and forms in recent times.
The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) under the Central Ministry of Electronics and Communications has issued a warning to Google Chrome users. They claim that the hackers are taking advantage of the loopholes in the chrome browser and targeting certain people. This development has indulged panic and confusion among Chrome users. CERT has revealed that this problem is more prevalent in earlier versions than Chrome 98.0.4758.80. Google, on the other hand, claims to have already fixed these errors through an updated version.
On the other hand, Google said that it had resolved 27 security issues. The company suggests that users must update their old versions to the latest version of Google. Windows users, however, are advised to download the latest version of Google Chrome 98.0.4758.80/81/82.
Google recommends that Mac and Linux users should download the latest version 98.0.4758.80. They confirmed that many of the issues and errors are resolved in this edition. Whileno guarantee regarding the complete avoidance of hackers is given, there is a chance of the new version restricting the security issues and offering maximum protection.