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Chrome users should be extremely cautious

Users using Google Chrome should be extremely cautious. Google has already approved the very first significant new upgrade warning of 2022 to all of the browser’s two billion users, following a record-breaking number of threats last year.

In a subsequent blog post, Google verified the story, revealing that 37 security flaws had been uncovered. Ten of these flaws have been rated as providing a…

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