Users of Google Chrome have been warned to watch their security protection following the uncovering of a new zero-day in the popular browser.
Security researchers from Kaspersky have detected a new vulnerability that can hijack a user’s browser to inject malware that could lead to their entire system being put at risk.
The attack targets users of the Korean-language version of Chrome, both in South Korea and overseas, potentially leaving millions of customers at risk.
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