Google pushes emergency Chrome update

Google announced that they have released an emergency security update for their desktop version of the Chrome browser, addressing the eighth zero-day vulnerability exploited in attacks this year.

One vulnerability, CVE-2022-4135, was discovered on November 22, 2022 by Clement Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group.

Google is aware that exploit related to the CVE-2022-4135 exists in the wild,” says the update announcement on our site.

Google has withheld details about the vulnerability in order to prevent any nefarious individuals from utilizing it.

One of the most common types of data-entry errors is a memory vulnerability that causes data to get written to forbidden locations without a check.

Any serious vulnerability that is exploited for a malicious purpose can be done using heap buffer overflow. Attackers often use this method to gain unrestricted access to applications and are able to run arbitrary code.

Chrome users are urged to upgrade their browsers to the latest version 107.0.5304.121/122 for Windows and 107.0.5304.122 for Mac and Linux, as it fixes a security vulnerability concerning CVE-2022-4135.

It’s easy to update Chrome from the settings icon at the top of your screen. Just make sure you restart your computer when you’re done, so all of your new changes are instantly applied.

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