GOOGLE Chrome users must update now to avoid an error that may attack their computer.
The tech giant has just released a patch for a “high severity vulnerability” found in the desktop version of the Chrome browser.
According to Google, the fatal flaw is known to have already been actively exploited by cyber criminals.
Not much more was revealed about the vulnerability.
It is referred to by its technical name CVE-2022-2856.
Google is reluctant to say too much about it before users have had a chance to update their Chrome browsers.
Google said the bug affects “insufficient validation of untrusted input in intents.”
Besides this big bug, Google has released a patch for another 10 security issues.
One of them is related to cookies and another related to downloads in Chrome browser.
Luckily, updating your Chrome browser is very easy and you can follow the steps below.
How to update Google Chrome
Go to the three dots in the top right corner and then choose Help.
Now go to About Google Chrome and then start the update.
You should do this regularly to protect your PC or Mac from the latest hack attacks.
But it’s not foolproof: stay vigilant online and don’t click unwanted links, give out personal information, or download unverified apps.
https://www.the-sun.com/tech/6028332/google-chrome-security-flaw-update-now-bug/ Google Chrome users are urgently warned to update now after detecting a bug attacking users