After discovering 11 vulnerabilities, Google asks users to update the browser

After discovering 11 vulnerabilities, Google asks users to update the browser
After discovering 11 vulnerabilities, Google asks users to update the browser
Google revealed 11 security vulnerabilities in the browser, including two vulnerabilities in its Chrome browser, that could be exposed to an active attack because of it, and the technology giant urged users to update their browser.

Google said, in a post, that the updated version is available for users of Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, and users can check their own version by clicking the “About Google Chrome” button in the Help section within the browser.

She explained: An unidentified party reported the existence of the two “highly dangerous” vulnerabilities to Google, and there was little information available about where and how these “zero-days” vulnerabilities were exploited.

Google also revealed 9 other “high risk” security flaws, which were patched in the latest version of Chrome, two of which were deemed serious enough to warrant a $7,500 payout to the security researchers who found them.

Manage warnings about unsafe websites You said you’ll see a warning if the content you’re trying to view is dangerous or deceptive, and these websites are often called phishing or malware sites.

You have reported that phishing and malware detection is automatically activated, and when it is enabled, you may see the following messages, and if one of the following messages appears, we advise you not to visit the website.

I continued: The website you are about to go to contains malware, and the website you are going to might try to install software that causes harm to your computer, called malware.

Also, the website you are about to go to is a phishing website. The website you want to go to may be a phishing site, suspicious, or contain malware, so the website you want to go to may try to trick you, Installing programs that may cause problems while browsing the Internet, according to Google.

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