Learn more about official issue alerts for Microsoft users

Laptops and desktops have become an important part of our lives. From working in the office to studying at home, we all use them. If we want to search something on the internet, we either use the search engine Google or use Microsoft’s software Microsoft Edge. If you also use this Microsoft product, be careful. In fact, the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has discovered a major bug in the Microsoft Edge browser. Through this bug, hackers can break the security of your system and steal your personal information. Even your money can be cleaned.

The alert regarding the bug was published by the Computer Emergency Response Team on its official website. According to the warning, there is a bug in Microsoft Edge (Chromium), which hackers can take advantage of to hack someone’s system. We tell you, almost every month CERT-In fixes bugs or other issues in some app or browser. CERT-In’s mission is to protect people’s information and provide them with a secure browsing experience. According to reports, version 109.0.1518.61 of the Microsoft Edge browser is affected by the bug.

How to Protect System from Hacking

The Computer Emergency Response Team has asked Microsoft Edge to update immediately to avoid this bug. Microsoft has also released a new update of the browser. To update the browser, first open this app and then click on the 3 dots displayed in the upper right corner. Now go to settings, here you need to go to ‘About Microsoft Edge’ option. By clicking on it, you will get the update option. Restart the browser once after updating.

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Keep this in mind

Keep updating your web browser or search engine from time to time to avoid bugs and security issues. If you don’t update the software, the chances of hackers hacking your system increases.

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