There is a bug in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers. This bug can steal your's sensitive data of users.
CERT-In has found some critical vulnerabilities in browsers that could allow hackers to obtain user information.
With this bug attacker can steal sensitive information, gain control over the browser and inject arbitrary code.
CERT-In has also issued a similar warning for the Microsoft Edge browser, whose vulnerability note is CIVN-2023-0362.
In this also a high risk bug has been discussed and all users have been advised to update their security.
According to this alert, a person who is using Google Chrome version earlier than 120.0.6099.62 on Linux and Mac and Google Chrome version earlier than 120.0.6099.62/.63 on Windows may be at security risk.
Equally, individuals using Microsoft Edge browser versions older than 120.0.2210.61 are also at risk of being affected by the vulnerability.
There are two serious security vulnerabilities in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers.
These vulnerabilities have been found in media stream, side panel search, media capture, autofill and web browser UI.
A remote attacker could send a specially crafted request to exploit these vulnerabilities.