By Aashish Verma
Users of Google Chrome on Windows, Mac, and Linux must update their browsers to the most recent version to guard against a critical security hole.
Google released a Chrome update Friday to fix a vulnerability exploited by cyberattacks. Google recommended all OS users update Chrome.
The security flaw affects a set of back-end libraries known as Mojo, which are utilized by Chromium-based browsers such as Opera, Brave, and Microsoft Edge.
An unidentified source disclosed the vulnerability, CVE-2022-3075, to Google last Tuesday.
Google's patch resolves the vulnerability and upgrades your current version of Chrome to 105.0.5195.102.
The same flaw has been fixed in Microsoft's Edge browser, which is built on the same Chromium engine as Chrome.
This is the sixth zero-day vulnerability that Chrome has encountered this year. According to BleepingComputer, the most recent actively exploited vulnerability was discovered in mid-August.