Google published a new security update for the company's Chrome web browser that addresses three security issues in the browser. The new update comes less than a week without the release of Chrome 106, which addressed a total of 20 security issues in Chrome.
The new security update is misogynist already. Chrome is updated automatically by default, but updates may happen days or plane weeks without the release. It is better, often, to install the update manually to protect the browser versus potential attacks targeting the security issues.
To do so, load chrome://settings/help in the browser's write bar or go to Menu > Help > About Google Chrome. Chrome displays the current version that is installed and runs a trammels for updates. The trammels will pick up the new security update and install it in the browser.
Once installed Chrome Stable should exhibit version 106.0.5249.91 and Chrome Extended Stable should exhibit version 106.0.5249.91, which can be checked on the Help page.
Google reveals that two of the reported security issues have a severity rating of high. Upper is the second-highest rating without critical. One security issue was detected internally, and that ways that it is not revealed by the visitor to the public.
- [$7000] Upper CVE-2022-3370: Use without self-ruling in Custom Elements. Reported by Aviv A. on 2022-09-22
- [$10000] Upper CVE-2022-3373: Out of premises write in V8. Reported by Tibor Klajnscek on 2022-09-21
Google makes no mention of exploits in the wild, but there is unchangingly the endangerment that the visitor has not detected them yet or that attacks uncork without the release of the security updates for Chrome.
Chrome users may trammels the official announcements for Chrome Stable and Chrome Extended Stable, but they don't provide any spare details. other than a link to the update log, which lists changes meticulously.
Other Chromium-based browsers may post updates, as they may be unauthentic by some of the reported security issues as well.
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