Saudi cybersecurity issues a high-risk security warning to “Google Chrome” users

Cybersecurity in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia issued a high-risk security warning to users of the “Google Chrome” browser, confirming that there are vulnerabilities in the browser that could enable hackers to penetrate it.

The official website of the National Guidance Center for Cybersecurity in Saudi Arabia stated that all sectors are targeted by this vulnerability and that the attacker can exploit and implement malicious programs through it, indicating that these posts contain security warnings, including digital vulnerabilities, cyber attacks and technical updates, and they have been classified according to To its sensitivity.

In a blog post by the center on its official account on the “Twitter” website, he said: “Security warning No. 1957-2020 Date: 10/21/2020 regarding a security update in the (Google Chrome) browser, explaining the warning details via the link,” where he indicates that the level The risk is high, and it targets all sectors.

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He added: “Google has released an update to a number of vulnerabilities in the (Chrome) browser for (Windows), (Mac) and (Linux) systems, indicating that the attacker can exploit the vulnerabilities and carry out the following attacks that include overflow of the memory buffer, the implementation of malicious programs and targeting actions Preventive.

The statement said: “The center recommends updating the browser to version 86.0.4240.111, as Google has issued an explanation for the necessary update.”

Source: “Sputnik”

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