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A zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2022-1096) has been reported in Google Chrome, which could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the targeted system. If you are a Google Chrome user, you should pay attention to it and take immediate action as suggested by Google.

 

As the bug is within the Chromium engine, all browsers powered by Chromium (Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox) will be affected due to this vulnerability.

Published by on under Browser | Chrome

The internet is never standing still. It’s constantly evolving, changing, and expanding. The web used to be a chaotic network of outdated and barely functional websites. Nowadays, we have a highly advanced web with high-end websites built with user-friendly UI.

 

This beauty you see all over the internet is thanks to JavaScript. This programming language holds the entire web under control, allowing the internet to handle almost every interaction online.

Published by on under Browser | Chrome

Mozilla launches its free Password Manager for Android, named "Firefox Lockbox". Without any extra set-up, it provides you easy access to the passwords that you have already stored in your Firefox browser.

 

With a 256-bit encryption, it stores your password in a secure vault. Based on your device capability, you can use Face ID or Fingerprint to unlock the app.

Published by on under Firefox | Mozilla



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