When it comes to malware, adware, and virus infestation, browsers are typically the first place they attack computers. It should be noted that the term “virus” is a blanket description for an undesirable program that installs itself on a system and spreads, leading to a variety of adverse effects. Adware is a subset of malware that sends out unwanted adverts. Adware is a term used to describe viral programs that are particularly created to harm or disturb a system.
Google Chrome can come into contact with malware through routine use, just like any other browser. The browser typically fights off the infection on its own. However, no data security system is foolproof, and occasionally Chrome runs upon an unwanted software that it is unable to block with its built-in protections. These infections jeopardize browser security and run the possibility of infecting devices other than Chrome, including Android phones like the Pixel.
Five years of security updates are included with every new Pixel phone purchased in the United States (via Google ). Every update offers fresh, more potent security remedies. As a result, the Pixel 7 is currently the pinnacle of data security, at least among Android smartphones. But it will always be feasible to get a virus on a Pixel phone as long as evil people have incentives to do shady things.