It also fixes a critical zero-day vulnerability.
The latest bug fix for the desktop version of Google Chrome has now been released. The patch version 91.0.4472.114 is downloaded and installed by the browser after startup, but the application must be restarted to take effect. The Chrome version number you are using is in the main menu → [Súgó] → [A Google Chrome névjegye] The page can be viewed.
It is a good idea to upgrade to the latest version as soon as possible, because Google experts have fixed four vulnerabilities. The most serious is a bug lurking in the WebGL processor used to render 3D graphics, which allows remote code execution on the computer.
This year is the 7th non-rounded zero-day vulnerability in Chrome.
Part of the reason is that the pressure on browsers has increased significantly recently. Well-prepared and suspected hacker groups that are usually state-sponsored have attacked Chrome and the operating system that runs the application.For example, last year, in two separate events, one group had 11 zero-day vulnerabilities usedAfter being redirected to the attacking website, malware is automatically installed on Windows, Android, and iOS devices.
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