Attention Chrome users, it’s time to update your browser. Google has released a fix to a zero-day vulnerability in Chrome, so it’s time for you to upgrade your browser. Users must apply the security update immediately after Google confirmed that the vulnerability was under attack.
Google Chrome Zero Day Bug
Google’s Chrome browser has been updated to work with Desktop users, according to the latest Chrome release. Chrome version107.0.5304.87 is available for Linux and Mac computers, while Windows users may be able to download Chrome version107.0.5304.87 via an update.
The stated that the Chrome Chrome Update addresses a serious vulnerability in Chrome. The vulnerability was identified as CVE-2022-37323 by Avast, and Google reported it to them on October 25, 2022.
Google isn’t yet describing the problem, as it continues to practice the precautionary rule of not disclosing vulnerabilities details for zero-day flaws. It is stated that
Access to bugs details and links might be restricted until the majority of users have been updated with a fix.
Google has received reports that an exploit to CVE-2022-37323 is out there.
The attack mechanism, potential threats actors, and victim groups that exploit the vulnerability are all still unknown.
Google received the report quickly and began , while releasing the patch to users in order to avoid any damage.
Google Chrome for Android also updated
Google also has a stable Chrome version for Android, in addition to the Chrome desktop update. The mentions that Chrome 107 (107.0.5304.91) also contains the same security fixes as the desktop version. This means that the vulnerability could also affect android devices. It is possible that the vulnerability was not noticed by threat actors, so it did not become a zero-day issue for Chrome Android.
All Chrome browser with the latest Chrome version. This is essential for Android users as Chrome is the default browser on almost all Android phones. Android users rarely use any other browsers.