Actively exploited Chrome zero-day vulnerability that allows attackers to execute an arbitrary code to take full control of the system remotely using the exploit that exists in the Wild.
Google on Thursday rolled out emergency fixes to contain an actively exploited zero-day flaw in its Chrome web browser.
Google announced on Tuesday that the latest Chrome update patches six high-severity vulnerabilities, including four use-after-free bugs.
Google Chrome released a new security update for Windows, Linux & Mac users and an update for a new high severity Zero-day bug that is being actively exploited wide by unknown threat actors.
Google this week announced a Chrome update that resolves a total of 11 vulnerabilities in the browser, including six reported by external researchers.
While many expected — or at least hoped — that the 4th of July would be quiet on the cybersecurity front, Google on Monday announced the release of an emergency Chrome update that patches an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability.
Google this week announced that Chrome 101 was released to the stable channel with 30 security fixes inside, including 25 for vulnerabilities identified by external security researchers.
Google has released the latest Chrome 100.0.4896.88 update for Windows, Mac and Linux users, which includes patches for 11 new vulnerabilities
Chrome zero day patch
Google on Monday announced the release of 11 security patches for Chrome, including one for a vulnerability exploited in the wild.