The UAE's Cyber Security Council issued a warning to Google Chrome users

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The Cyber Security Council of the United Arab Emirates has issued a warning to users of Google Chrome.

What are you using, Google Chrome? Experts recommend that you update your browser in order to protect yourself from attacks.

The UAE Cyber Security Council warns of vulnerabilities in Google Chrome browsers.

There are security flaws in Google Chrome browsers, according to the United Arab Emirates Cyber Security Council.

These vulnerabilities, in the context of the logged-in user, "could allow an attacker to remotely execute malicious code on a victim's machine," according to the Security Research Institute.

Following the introduction of a new update by the tech giant, the Cyber Security Council of the United Arab Emirates has suggested that citizens who use Google Chrome upgrade their browser with the latest version.

Security updates address vulnerabilities in Google Chrome browsers.

Security upgrades address the vulnerabilities present in Google Chrome browsers.

"Google released security updates to address multiple high-severity vulnerabilities in the Chrome browser," the authority stated in a tweet on X. The Chrome browser contained these bugs.

These vulnerabilities in particular "could allow an attacker to remotely execute malicious code on a victim's machine in the context of the logged-in user, leading to data theft, the installation of malware, or the impersonation of the user."

In addition to recommending that users update their Google Chrome browser to the most recent version, the Council has also asked consumers to report any information or findings they have regarding the matter to the appropriate authorities.

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