Google urges users to update Chrome to address zero-day vulnerability

Google has released an emergency Chrome security update to address a zero-day vulnerability targeted by an exploit, already in circulation on the internet, that can allow malicious code to be executed.

Google is urging users to upgrade Chrome to the new version, 112.0.5615.121, as soon as possible. The updated version addresses the vulnerability, which affects Windows, Mac, and Linux systems, and is listed as CVE-2023-2033 in the US’ National Vulnerability Database.

Meanwhile, the update will roll out in the coming weeks on Google’s stable desktop channel, the company said.

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