Google recently updated its Google Chrome app for macOS to address a zero-day vulnerability.
Google Chrome desktop now has version 100.0.4898.127 on Linux, Windows and macOS. For those who don’t have the new version yet, don’t worry – Google says it will be rolled out to users over the course of a few days.
According to Google’s patch notes, the update fixes several issues, most notably the “type confusion” identified as CVE-2022-1364. A member of the Google Threat Analysis Group reported the vulnerability and the tech giant quickly fixed it with a fix.
A manual update can be forced by going to ‘About’ and clicking ‘Update’.