After fixing 27 security flaws, Google encouraged its users to update their browsers.The organisation has discovered 11 additional security flaws in Google Chrome and is advising users to upgrade their browsers right away.
Google just published a blog post detailing the most recent upgrade, stating that the new Chrome versions (104.0.5112.102/101 for Windows and 104.0.5112.101 for Mac and Linux) were available.One of the company’s 11 security flaws was classified as “critical,” six as “high-severity,” and the remaining three as “medium-severity.”
Google did not provide much specifics regarding the important issues. However, it acknowledged that CVE-2022-2856 might exist somewhere with a predator.This indicates that there are online criminals waiting to exploit the problem. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you install the update that is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
How can your browser be updated?Locate three dots in the browser’s upper-right corner. Then click Help to access the About Google Chrome section. Move on to “enable Chrome to look for the next update” after that.For the update to be installed, select “relaunch.” The browser will be refreshed in a moment.