Google Chrome browser on October 28 pushed an emergency update version 95.0.4638.69, fixing two serious Zero-day zero-day vulnerabilities. Currently, this update has been pushed to Chrome browsers for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
According to BleepingComputer, this is the fifteenth so-called "zero-day vulnerability" this year, ie a security hole that developers have only been made aware of after it has been open to others over time.
Google fixed the following two vulnerabilities:
- CVE-2021-38000 is about insufficient verification of untrusted input in Intents. The vulnerability was marked as severe and was discovered by the Google Security Threat Team on September 15.
Google Chrome writes that the security update will be available to everyone in the coming days/weeks. Therefore, keep an eye on whether you are notified to update.
Immediately Update Chrome Browser
Immediately update your chrome browser to avoid two serious Zero-day zero-day vulnerabilities. If your Chrome browser does not update automatically, you can also go in and do it yourself. Here's how to update manually?
How to update Chrome Browser manually?
To update Google Chrome:
- Open your Google Chrome Browser
- Tap the three dots in the top right of the Chrome window
- Go to settings, and then select "About Chrome".
- If an update is available, It should then start updating itself.
- Click Relaunch.