Hackers often aim at large companies or institutions. One of the main purposes these individuals prefer for attack is undoubtedly the technology giant. Google. The company has been issuing warnings one after another against the increasing hacker activities recently.
The company has posted on its blog in the last two months. fourth emergency code warning published. The vulnerabilities mentioned in this warning concern 2 billion Google Chrome users. Windows, macOS and Linux users are all affected.
Google announced that they found 7 vulnerabilities
According to a new article shared on the company’s blog, Google is fully 7 high risk vulnerabilities detected. The company did not give much details about the security vulnerabilities in order to keep the losses that its users can see to a minimum and not to “guide the thief” as the public put it. The statement was mostly aimed at stating that they were aware of this situation.
The feature named is Google’s open source mid-platform graphics engine abstraction tool again. Other misconceptions include printing and plug-ins.
How can we protect ourselves from these vulnerabilities?
All of these vulnerabilities are available to hackers. opportunity to take control of computers previously known to offer. The last Zero-Day Vulnerability that Google was having trouble with (the one used by hackers before Google discovered it) was also caused by a V8 issue.
In your Google Chrome browser Settings > About Chrome you can see the version of your browser when you follow the path. If you are using a version of 92. 0. 4515. 159 or higher, these problems will not affect you. If you are using an older version, you need to update your browser and restart it.