Google Chrome users need to be careful once again. Google has also issued a warning regarding this. A flaw has been found in Google Chrome, which threatens millions of users. Google Chrome is a very popular internet browser. It has billions of users worldwide. Now Google has issued a warning for Chrome users. A new flaw has been found in Google Chrome. Because of this, 320 million users of Google Chrome are in danger.
A new zero-day high threat level hack has been found in Google Chrome. This has been told in a new Chrome blog post. Google has warned that hackers could target users by breaching Chrome’s security. However, the company has released its fix. This flaw was found for all major Chrome platforms such as Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android. For the safety of Chrome users, Google has issued a warning about this threat for the time. For the safety of Chrome users, Google has not yet given information about this threat in detail. This is the second time in three weeks that the V8 component of Chrome has been breached by a zero-day hack.
To deal with this flaw, Google has released a new version of Chrome (100.0.4896.127). But, it also warned that it may not be available to everyone immediately. To check for user updates manually, click on the top-right menu of Chrome, and click on the three-dot menu on the top right. After this, users will have to go to Settings. After going to the Settings, you have to go to the Help section. Then tap About Google Chrome. After doing this restart your browser. In March this year, Google admitted that successful zero-day hacks on Chrome and other browsers were growing. Regarding this, users were told to be proactive to be safe online. Apart from this, keep checking the browser updates from time to time.
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