Chrome browser gets 11 security fixes with 1 zero-day – update now!

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Chrome Browser v104.0.5112.101 and v104.0.5112.102

 

Google Chrome Browser Update Released Intro: The latest update to Google’s Chrome browser is out, bumping the four-part version number to 104.0.5112.101 (Mac and Linux), or to 104.0.5112.102 (Windows).  This new release includes 11 security fixes, one of which is annotated with the remark that “an exploit [for this vulnerability] exists in the wild”, making it a zero-day hole. Zero day refers to when there are zero days before an attack on a software can be executed through a vulnerabilities found by hackers and exploiting parties who have knowledge about the technology beforehand.  With this update, Google has committed itself to helping users stay safe.

Chrome Browser v104.0.5112.101 and v104.0.5112.102 Intro: The latest update to Google’s Chrome browser is out, bumping the four-part version number to 104.0.5112.101 (Mac and Linux), or to 104.0.5112.102 (Windows).  According to Google, the new version includes 11 security fixes, one of which is annotated with the remark that “an exploit [for this vulnerability] exists in the wild”, making it a zero-day hole.  Zero-days are a reminder that there were zero days on which even the most well-informed and proactive user or sysadmin could have been patched.

Google Chrome to release security updates for Mac, Windows and Linux Intro: Google announced the release of Chrome version 104.0.5112.101 (for Mac and Linux) or 104.0.5112.102 (for Windows) that will contain 11 security fixes, 10 of which have been made public in advance of the update release date.  These include fixes for critical vulnerabilities such as one where a malicious website could automatically download malware onto the user’s computer and another vulnerability where an attacker could remotely execute code on a victim’s system without any user interaction required at all; this is especially dangerous given that it can be done by someone with no technical expertise whatsoever!

Google Chrome Releases Update for Security Bugs Intro: Google has released an update to address a number of security bugs in the Chrome browser. The update includes 10 of 11 bugs, with the only missing bug being listed as “No details given”. This is a first step in Google’s work to create new ways for people to receive and show support on their platform – with money.  There are many vendors who restrict access to bug details, but it is common practice these days to release information about vulnerabilities once a majority of users have been updated with a fix.

Google Chrome Browser Update Released Intro: The latest update to Google’s Chrome browser is out, bumping the four-part version number to 104.0.5112.101 (Mac and Linux), or to 104.0.5112.102 (Windows). This update includes 11 security fixes, one of which is annotated with the remark that “an exploit [for this vulnerability] exists in the wild”, making it a zero-day hole – indicating that there were zero days on which even the most well-informed and proactive user or sysadmin could have been patched ahead of the criminals and exploiting parties.   The name zero-day is a reminder that there were zero days on which even the most well-informed and proactive

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Incorporating ‘zero-day’ flaws, Google Chrome’s newest update (104.0.5112.101 for Mac and Linux, 104.0.5112.102 for Windows) includes 11 security fixes. There is a ‘wild’ exploit for one of the flaws (an ‘annotated’ zero-day vulnerability), as Google mentions. There were no days prior to this release in which even the most knowledgeable and timely user or administrator could have been protected against the Bad Guys. As a result, all users should upgrade immediately.

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