Google patches two vulnerabilities in Chrome
11/05/2020

Google has patched two new Chrome zero-day vulnerabilities currently being exploited that researchers say, if left unpatched, could allow hackers to compromise user devices.

 
 
Google patches two vulnerabilities in Chrome
 
 
 
 
  Description  
 
  Google has patched two new Chrome zero-day vulnerabilities currently being exploited that researchers say, if left unpatched, could allow hackers to compromise user devices.  
 
  What You Can Do  
 
  If you have automatic updates enabled, your browser should update to the latest version by itself. However, if you haven’t enabled this option, you’ll have to do it yourself via the About Google Chrome section, which is located under Help in the side menu.

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