Emergency Update from Google Chrome

Emergency Update from Google Chrome

You must immediately check your browser after Google issued an urgent Chrome warning! Every Chrome user should check their settings and confirm that the most recent version of this well-known browser is set up on their computers.

The high-severity flaw, identified as CVE-2023-2033, is characterized as a type confusion in the JavaScript engine of Chrome V8. In a brief advisory, Google stated that “an attack for CVE-2023-2033 exists in the wild.” The company credited Clément Lecigne of Google’s Security Analysis Group with discovering the problem.

The organization gave no additional information on the flaw, its in-the-wild exploitation, indicators of compromise (IOCs), or any instructions regarding the characteristics of devices that were being targeted. Google stated that until the majority of users have been updated with a fix, access to problem details and links can be restricted.

The organization stated that it might keep limits even if a third-party library that is used by similar applications has a flaw that hasn’t been patched yet. The update will roll out over the next few days using Chrome 112.0.5615.121 for Windows, Mac, and Linux’s automatic patching system.

Users are encourage to update by following these steps Chrome menu > Help > About Google Chrome




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