GOOGLE has warned of a “zero-day” security hole in Chrome and asked users to update their browser now.
An anonymous person reported the vulnerability (called CVE-2021-30563) on July 12, when the tech giant issued another warning to its two billion Chrome users.
Google reported in a blog post about the zero-day problem known as “Type Confusion in V8”.
Google’s blog post read, “Access to bug details and links can remain restricted until the majority of users have updated with a fix.
“We will also maintain restrictions if the bug is in a third-party library on which other projects depend similarly but have not yet been fixed.”
“Google is aware of reports that an exploit for CVE-2021-30563 exists in the wild.”
Users have been asked to update their browser to version 91.0.4472.164.
This applies to Windows, Mac and Linux and is expected to be over …