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Another day, another major Chrome exploit: Here's how to keep yourself protected

Another day, another major Chrome exploit: Here's how to keep yourself protected

Your security is critical to a positive web surfing experience, and Google is constantly pushing updates to Chrome so you'll stay protected from malicious websites. Some security flaws inevitably fall through the cracks — a reminder you should always use the latest version of Chrome. There's a newly discovered Chrome exploit being actively exploited today, and while Google promptly released a fix for it, there's a chance you could still be running an old, vulnerable version. Let's take a look at what you need to do to make sure you're safe.

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Update Chrome now before something awful happens to your devices

Update Chrome now before something awful happens to your devices

Your security online is paramount to a positive user experience, and the developers at Google are constantly working hard to keep you safe while browsing the web. But even as they endeavor to keep apps secure from the ground up, inevitably some security flaws fall through the cracks — including a recently discovered Chrome vulnerability that's being actively exploited today. Thankfully, Google rolled out an update to Chrome that patches it along with other exploits, and you'd be wise to install it as soon as possible.

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Mozilla patches zero-day exploit for Firefox desktop and Android browsers (APK Download)

Mozilla patches zero-day exploit for Firefox desktop and Android browsers (APK Download)

Mozilla has patched a zero-day exploit in late revisions to Firefox 72 and version 68 of the Android web browser. In a security advisory, the company said that it was made aware of "targeted attacks in the wild abusing this flaw."

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[Update: Patched] Pixel, Samsung, and Xiaomi phones among those susceptible to resurfaced zero-day vulnerability

[Update: Patched] Pixel, Samsung, and Xiaomi phones among those susceptible to resurfaced zero-day vulnerability

Android security has come a long way in recent years. The promotion of monthly patches has kept many rising threats at bay while Google Play Protect largely bars malware from the Play Store. Despite these achievements, there are still instances where bad actors can exploit Android's code for nefarious purposes. Google's Project Zero team recently reported such an incident, and you may be at risk if you own one of the affected phones.

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Mozilla patches zero-day vulnerability with Firefox 67.0.3 update [APK Download]

Mozilla patches zero-day vulnerability with Firefox 67.0.3 update [APK Download]

Firefox developer Mozilla has rolled out an update to the release channel of its browser app for Android that adds an important security fix. The update to version number 67.0.3 patches the critical zero-day flaw and protects users from potential attacks.

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Update your browser right now: Google releases fix for zero-day exploit in Chrome

Update your browser right now: Google releases fix for zero-day exploit in Chrome

Another day, another major security hole is found in a widely used piece of software. This time around, a flaw in Chrome's implementation of the FileReader API allowed sites to break out of their sandbox and execute native code. To make matters worse, Google said the exploit was being actively used before the company fixed it.

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