Latest Google Chrome Update Addressed Actively Exploited Zero-Day

With the latest Chrome release, Google has addressed a serious zero-day vulnerability alongside other bugs. Update your browser at the

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Critical Vulnerability Discovered in Chrome, Users Should Upgrade to Chrome 81

Heads up, Chrome users! A critical vulnerability exists in the Chrome browser that poses a security risk to users. Fortunately,

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Google Patch Serious Chrome Bugs Including A Zero-Day Under Active Exploit

Google have recently fixed numerous security bugs in their Chrome browser. These Chrome bugs include two serious vulnerabilities as well

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Google Discloses Zero-Day Vulnerability In Chrome Browser Under Active Exploitation

This week Google has made a revelation for their users regarding a zero-day vulnerability in the Google Chrome browser under

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Google Chrome 76 Puts an End to Incognito Mode Tracking and Brings 43 Security Fixes

Google has launched the latest version of its Chrome browser. With Google Chrome 76, the tech giant has addressed 76

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Google Patched An Old Google Chrome Flaw That Leaked User’s Device Information

As disclosed over Christmas, Google has finally patched an old vulnerability in its Chrome for Android browser. This Google Chrome

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