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The Indian government has alerted Microsoft Edge users of a high-level Security risk.

  • Posted on February 10, 2023
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  • By Akta Yadav
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 alerted Microsoft Edge :- Are you someone who uses search engines regularly? If yes, you might be at risk of being invaded by malicious practitioners on the internet.  If you are using Microsoft Edge without an update, you are making yourself vulnerable to hackers. At least this is what the government has to say about the same. alerted Microsoft Edge alerted Microsoft Edge The Indian government's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) issued an urgent warning against Microsoft Edge over its vulnerabilities. According to the Indian government's web browser warnings, Microsoft Edge versions before 103.0.1264.71 are at high risk. Users of the older version can be attacked by hackers, who can go beyond security checks and trigger a denial of service (DoS) against the victims. Though DoS attacks in the majority don't lead to theft of money or information, they can, however, cost you a lot of your time and money fixing the problem.  DoS attackers accomplish their trick by drowning the person with traffic or sending information leading to a crash, which is possible with the old versions of Microsoft Edge. As a user, you should take the Microsoft Edge urgent warning seriously. Keep your browsers up to date, install proper patches as per the Microsoft Edge norms, and install a firewall and an antivirus.  The proactiveness of CERT-In and the Indian government's web browser warnings will surely keep the netizens on their feet. Keeping yourself safe by taking up safety measures is the need of the hour. alerted Microsoft Edge alerted Microsoft Edge
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