Google updates Chrome with zero-day vulnerability patch

Google’s legacy web browser, Chrome is patched up with a zero-day vulnerability in the latest version 88.0.4325.150. Google rolled out the latest version for Linux, Mac, and Chrome OS while fixing up the bugs reported by Mattias Buelens, security researcher and that was listed as CVE-202121148: Heap buffer overflow.

The details might not be out yet but all the operating systems can install the updates. The Chrome development team states that the links and bug details access is limited until it is installed by a majority of users. The third-party libraries will also be restricted in case of the bugs for other projects that are not yet fixed.

Recently, there were reports of security vulnerabilities in Chrome which the researchers fell victim into giving access to the malware. With this, Google rolled out the new version that will offer better protection to the users. The tech giant also advises users to update their browsers soon to get rid of the unnecessary threat and ensure that their data is safe and secure.