Google’s Chrome has a flaw, one that Google acknowledges as well. The browser is vulnerable to clickjacking, in which an attacker skillfully alters the link with one that leads to malicious websites without the user ever realizing what went wrong. There is another problem as highlighted that if Chrome is being affected by such attack no other browser is safe as well, but so far only Chrome stands infected. Aditya Sood, security researcher at SecNiche stated that Google is busy creating a patch to resolve the issue, stating:
Attackers can trick users into performing actions which the users never intended to do and there is no way of tracing such actions later, as the user was genuinely authenticated on the other page.