Google Chrome Alert its Users: Updating Google Chrome is highly recommended, otherwise, your data can be hacked
If you use Google Chrome for browsing and Internet browsing, then do not ignore this news. Doing so may cost you dearly. In fact, an important warning has been given by the government, to which you should also pay attention. With this you will be saved from falling into the trap of hackers and both your personal data and bank account will be safe. Let us tell you in detail what is the real danger and why the government has issued a warning.
This is the government's alert
Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has issued an alert for users who are using Chrome versions older than 97.0.4692.71. CERT-In says that such people can become victims of hackers. CERT-In has told in its advisory that many shortcomings have been found in the version of Google Chrome browser older than 97.0.4692.71. It is not safe to use in V8 due to type confusion. It has many shortcomings like the web app, user interface, screen capture, file API, auto-fill, and developers tools. All these things increase the risk of your device being hacked. After this, your data and bank-related information can easily be caught by hackers. Given this danger, Google is also advising people to update the old version.
update like this
First of all, check your Google Chrome browser and see which version you are using. If you are in a version older than 97.0.4692.71, then immediately update it by the following methods.
First of all, open the Chrome browser and then go to the Menu option.
Now you have to click on the Help option.
After this, you will see the option of About Google Chrome. Here you will get the option to update your Chrome browser. The browser will start updating as soon as you click.
Once the browser is updated, you will have to click on Relaunch.