Google Chrome Fixes Another Zero-day Vulnerability

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Google Chrome has rolled out yet another fix for the zero-day vulnerability. This year alone, Google patched eight security vulnerabilities exploited in the wild.

Google recommends users install the update ASAP to stay protected.

The popular chromium-based browser patched a high-severity vulnerability tracked as CVE-2022-4135 which is a heap buffer overflow in GPU. While Google Chrome has updated the stable channel to 107.0.5304.121 for Mac and Linux and 107.0.5304.121/.122 for Windows, the company plans to release the details of the vulnerability once the majority of Chrome users apply the patch.

On 22nd November, Google’s Security Engineer discovered the vulnerability that exists in the wild.

Google Chrome users can manually update their browser by clicking on the hamburger menu (three lines at the top right) and then clicking on Help > About Google Chrome.

Note: You likely need to restart your Chrome browser for the update to apply.

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