Fake Google Chrome Updates bring malware into your system

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Be careful when you see the unexpected warning allegedly coming from Google Chrome browser. Today we discovered a special Trojan horse that takes an active part in distribution of a special malware program, but this distribution isn’t associated with Google Inc. or its products, which are legitimate and well-known all over the world. So, the purpose of this article today is to warn our users to be very careful not to trust the warnings supposedly associated with the need to Update Google Chrome browser. The chances are that this is the malware that is going to attack your system. Stay on the alert! Do not let hackers trick you and making your system more and more vulnerable to cyber attacks.

Here is the example of how fake Google Chrome browser update offer looks like:

Fake Google Chrome Update

Without hesitation, Google Chrome is a fast and powerful online search application, and we can recommend you to use this tool to enhance your cyber protection level. At the same time, hackers use the good name of Google in their attempts to make users perform their evil instructions. This is why you should be careful not to follow the tricks of the malware developers. So, if you have Google Chrome application on your PC, make sure you update it via the built-in options of this software that are legitimate and don’t even look similar to the fake updates as seen from the screenshot above. By the way, to make sure that you’re protected by the latest security updates, Google Chrome automatically updates whenever it detects that a new version of the browser is available. The update process happens in the background and doesn’t require any action on your part.

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