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Indian govt warns against bug in Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge that can allow hackers to steal your



CERT-In has issued a warning about a bug in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge that could lead to data theft. The vulnerability in the browsers has been flagged as a high severity issue.


  • The Indian government has issued a warning about a bug in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers.

  • The bug could potentially allow hackers to steal sensitive user data.

  • CERT-In advises users to run an immediate security update to protect against the bug.

The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has released an alert against a bug in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers that could lead to users’ sensitive data being stolen. CERT-In found some critical vulnerabilities in the browsers that can potentially allow hackers to get their hands on sensitive information of users. As per the CERT-In website, the vulnerability could be “exploited by an attacker to obtain sensitive information, gain elevated privileges, and execute arbitrary code on the target system

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