Time to update your browser again—Google just released a new security patch for Chrome to address another zero-day flaw. It’s the third discovered this year, barely a month and a half after the first two revealed.
Users should update their browsers now to apply the fix, which is part of Chrome version 114.0.5735.110 for Windows. (Linux and Mac users should look for version 114.0.5735.106). If an automatic update isn’t ready, head to Chrome’s settings by clicking on the three dot icon in the upper right, then choosing Help> About Google Chrome. (Alternatively, you can type chrome://settings/help into the address bar). This should manually trigger the update. When complete, you will be asked to restart your browser. Bleeping Computer says that the update is still rolling out, so you may need to check for it more than once if it isn’t available to you yet.
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