The hole was found by Clement Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group on November 22 of this year. On November 24 Google has fixed another zero-day bug in Chrome, Google put out the fix. Follow stoptechy for more info.
Google has released an important update for Chrome that fixes another zero-day vulnerability. The high-severity flaw has been around since 2022, and attackers have used it. Google calls it a heap buffer overflow in GPU and tracks it as CVE-2022-413. It is a type of buffer overflow attack in which the data in the heap is overwritten to take advantage of some part of the programme.
Clement Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group found the flaw and told Google about it on November 22 of this year. The tech giant wrote a blog post about the fix on November 24. It says, “Google knows that an exploit for CVE-2022-4135 is out there in the wild.” The stable channel of the Google Chrome web browser has been upgraded to version 107.0.5304.121 for Mac and Linux and 107.0.5304.121/.122 for Windows, according to a blog post by Google.
Google has fixed another zero-day bug in Chrome
Over the next few days and weeks, the update will start to take effect. If you use Chrome, you should update your browser to the most recent version, as explained above.
Here’s how to find out what version of Google Chrome is running on your laptop:
- Start up your computer and open Google Chrome.
- Click the three dots in the upper right corner of the screen
- Move your mouse over “Help” on the menu.
Here you’ll find “About Google Chrome.” Just click it.
- This will take you to a new page that tells you about the version of Chrome on your device.
How to keep Google Chrome up-to-date on your computer or laptop – Follow the instructions above.
- If your version of Google Chrome is out of date, you will see an option to “Update Google Chrome.” Important: If you can’t find this button, you’re using the latest version.
- Click “Relaunch”