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The Indian government’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has issued a warning about multiple vulnerabilities in Google Chrome. CERT-In has flagged problems in certain versions of the browser that could make users’ important information unsafe. These problems could lead to things like fake websites, stolen data, and harmful software on your computer.

There are many weak points in Google Chrome’s security that could let attackers take control of your computer. These weak points are in different parts of Chrome, like prompts, Web Payments API, SwiftShader, Vulkan, Video, and WebRTC.

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What’s really worrying is that attackers could use these problems to fool you to visit malicious websites. If you end up visiting malicious websites, an attacker could take control of your computer and steal your personal information.

How you can protect yourself?

To keep your computer safe, CERT-In suggests that you quickly get the newest version of Google Chrome. Google has already made an update to fix the problems.

Here’s how to update Google Chrome:

Open Google Chrome.
Click on the three dots available at the top corner of the window.
Choose Help, then click on About Google Chrome.
If there’s a new version, Chrome will install it automatically.
After the update is done, Chrome will restart.

Check for updates manually:

Open Google Chrome.
Click on the three dots available at the top right corner of the window.
Navigate and go to Help and then select About Google Chrome.
Click on Check for updates.

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