Google has found a serious vulnerability in the Chrome browser that cybercriminals are already exploiting.
You should be on your guard if you are one of the many who use the world’s most widely used browser, Google Chrome.
Google has discovered a serious vulnerability in the browser and is now urgently issuing a security patch to patch the hole.
According to Google, the vulnerability has already been discovered by the cybercriminal communities, which are well on their way to exploiting the vulnerability.
Google announces that over the coming days Chrome will be detected to version 105.0.5195.102 for both Windows, Mac and Linux.
According to TheHackerNews Google was alerted to the vulnerability on August 30 by an unnamed IT security professional.
The vulnerability has been named CVE-2022-3075. It is found in the validation section of the Chrome component called Mojo.
“Google is aware of reports that the vulnerability to CVE-2022-3075 is being exploited in the wildsays Google.
All users are advised to upgrade Chrome to the latest version to minimize the risk of being hit by hackers via the vulnerability. This applies to both Linux, Mac and Windows.
Users of Chromium-based browsers such as Microsoft Edge, Brave, Operat and Vivaldi are also advised to install updates and patches as soon as possible as Google gets them ready.
You can read more about the vulnerability at Google by click here.