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If you are a frequent user of Google Chrome browser, the search giant has issued a high-severity warning for you. This is related to a dangerous bug found in Google Chrome browser that can harm your device by providing access to the attackers.

 

Google has kept the details about the vulnerability restricted as they want a majority of the users should update immediately to the latest version of the Google Chrome.

 

Avast has discovered a High-Priority Bug (CVE-2022-3723) in Google Chrome that exploits to the attackers

Avast has discovered a High-Priority Bug (CVE-2022-3723) in Google Chrome


 

Recently the cyber security researchers at cyber firm Avast has discovered a High-Priority Bug (CVE-2022-3723) which can harm a device using Google Chrome by exploiting it to the attackers.

 

At this moment it is not clear whether the attacks using the vulnerability are widespread or limited to a set of users only as the company didn't mention the level of activity involving the exploit.

 

 

Access to bug details and links may be kept restricted until a majority of users are updated with a fix, says Google in a blog post.

 

Finally the search giant thanks all the security researchers that worked with the company during the development cycle to fix the bug and stopped it from reaching the stable release channel.

 

 

If you are a Google Chrome user, you MUST UPDATE to the latest version of the Chrome to stay secure. The company advised users to upgrade to Google Chrome version 107.0.5304.87 or higher. This version is said to be fixed for CVE-2022-3723 bug.

 

To update your Google Chrome instance on your system, open Google Chrome and navigate to SettingsAbout Chrome. Wait for the download the complete. Restart the application once it asks you.