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September 14, 2021
Two more vulnerabilities in Google's web browser joined a growing list of Chrome zero-days that have been actively exploited in the wild this year.
December 08, 2020
Salesforce recommended users dealing with mixed content issues to skip Chrome upgrades or roll back to older versions of the browser, but the vendor later removed those steps.
August 12, 2020
Kaspersky prevented an attack against a South Korean company back in May that used two zero-day vulnerabilities. One, arguably the more dangerous, focused on Internet Explorer.
December 13, 2019
Chrome's updated, built-in protections are intended to help users protect their passwords and data against malware, data breaches and phishing sites, according to the company.
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