Google Chrome has now discovered 25 threats on its platform, and these vulnerabilities pose a huge risk to users who frequent the browser in their daily process. Seven of these threats are ranked as the riskiest, making it a more alarming situation for all users of Google’s web browser, now facing a lot of litigation.
Google Chrome Threats: Reports 25 vulnerabilities, 7 of which are high risk
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Google published a Chrome blog post that revealed the 25 vulnerabilities detected by the software, which also means that these threats are also dangerous for web browser users. The vulnerabilities in Chrome say a lot about the security and integrity of the Google web browser in this current release.
Of the twenty-five vulnerabilities, seven (7) of them are high risk, which means that they are the most dangerous and can potentially damage or enter a system. Google is currently fixing this issue, and the internet company has not given names or other details regarding these threats.
Google Chrome’s status now remains precarious, especially as many are looking at the company’s products when it comes to its security, as it is currently experiencing a number of issues.
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Should you uninstall Google Chrome now?
Google Chrome felt like it was one of the safest web browsers around the time, but Safari and Microsoft Edge got it for its money. Additionally, the current dispute facing the company makes a person think twice about their security and privacy.
The report says Google has already discovered this and is now working to keep these vulnerabilities away from people and affect their experience. It would always be at the users discretion to uninstall Chrome for the various browsers available which guarantee protection.
Google and its recent problems
Google has already faced a number of issues in recent weeks as the company has faced various disputes regarding the products and services it offers and for its customers. Google has had massive security concerns in the past, focusing more on vulnerabilities that leave their customers open to threats like in Gmail.
Another issue the company has faced is that it has opened up the Play Store to different apps that can install malware or collect data from a person’s device, leaving users vulnerable to the data theft. The Play Store incident should have been monitored or verified by Google, something that could be controlled at first and not make it to users’ devices.
The Security Threats Report comes after Google’s numerous issues lately as there was also a cloud network issue it suffered with the cloud platform. The Mountain View giant is the subject of numerous safety and integrity questions regarding the safety and quality of the products they bring to users.
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