Google has asked its users to update the chrome browser
Google’s Chrome browser upgrade request has been made to users of the search engine. This request was made by Google, the company behind the Chrome web browser, in response to a report of a defect by an outside researcher. According to the search engine, users must install the security update far away from hackers. The claim says that Google hackers are hurting people by taking advantage of the security flaw.
The IT business stated in its statement that it had made the browser security upgrade available for multiple operating systems, including Windows, Linux, and Mac. In the upcoming months or weeks, the operating systems are anticipated to release the update. In its announcement, Google also said that it was delaying granting access to the bug until the bulk of users had installed the security fix. Also, it said that the permission to contact bugs would stay in place for people who got their browsers from a third-party update until they got the update.
In its most recent security update, Google reportedly addressed about 27 such vulnerabilities. The 11 new security flaws are intended to be fixed by the most recent security update. Google has classified one update as critical, six as having severe security flaws, and the remaining three as having minor security flaws.
This is the sixth zero-day vulnerability that the search engine browser has encountered in 2022, according to reports. Zero-day refers to the period of time during which neither the browser’s inventors nor those charged with fixing it are aware of the bug. The likelihood of the browser being compromised remains higher until the security update. Reports state that the first zero-day vulnerability was discovered in February and the fifth one in July. Reportedly one is required to relaunch the browser to update it.
After the search engine released its security update on the penultimate day of the previous month, Google released this update for Chrome. Reports say that the CERT, or Computer Emergency Response Team, had warned about the browser’s problems in the past.