Chrome risked users’ data, lacking protection from spyware spying through 32M times downloaded extensions. It extracted users’ browsing history and info that gave access to login credentials. Google is avoiding any comments on this situation. However, the tech giant said that they removed the app earlier as soon as the breach was reported. The spyware carrying domains were bought from Israel-based Galcomm. They have denied their involvement in the activity.

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