Google Fixes the 5th Zero-day Bug in 2022

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Today, Google released a security update for its chrome browser. The security patch fixes numerous vulnerabilities including the zero-day flaw exploited in the wild.

Chrome has started rolling out the update for Windows, Mac, and Linux users. It may take a few days before the update reaches all the users.

Google has addressed the CVE-2022-2856 high severity vulnerability caused due to “insufficient validation of untrusted input in Intents.”

Google on its security advisory explained, “Google is aware that an exploit for CVE-2022-2856 exists in the wild.”

The internet giant has addressed five zero-day vulnerabilities this year:

  • CVE-2022-2856
  • CVE-2022-2294
  • CVE-2022-1364
  • CVE-2022-1096
  • CVE-2022-0609

Users can update the browser by navigating to the browser’s settings and allowing the scanner to look for browser updates. Once the download is finished, restart the browser to reflect the changes.

Chrome users are advised to update their browser to the latest version as it contains fixes for the exploited vulnerability.

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