All Chrome users should install the latest browser update – version 86.0.4240.183 on PC and version 86.0.4240.185 on Android – as soon as possible. Quenched patches several security flaws, including both zero-day vulnerabilities Hackers are actively exploiting.
Android error, CVE-2020-16010 was revealed shortly after CVE-2020-16009. It allows for remote code execution through flaws in the user interface of Android apps.
This is the second patch in two weeks to address the zero-day bugs. The third bug affecting Chrome’s font library, CVE-2020-15999, was fixed on October 20. The bug allows hackers to remotely install the malware and be used in tandem with another zero-day error found in Windows 10 to give malicious programs more access to our systems. the victim.
The good news is that all three Chrome bugs are now fixed, and a patch for Windows is coming soon. Google released a security patch for Chrome’s CVE-2020-15999 on October 20, and fixes for CVE-2020-16009 and CVE-2020-16010 are now available for PC and Android. Microsoft will fix the Windows 10 error on November 10th patch, so please pay attention to that.
Don’t rely on automatic updates to prevent zero-day attacks
Chrome error will no longer be a threat once the user has upgraded to the latest version of Chrome available for your device. On your desktop computer, Chrome downloads updates in the background and alert It’s time to install it, but don’t sit back and assume you’re safe just because Chrome can fix itself.
Security patches for zero-day bugs are not common, but they are important to keep Your PC is safe from malware. Unfortunately, even the highest priority patches aren’t immediately released to everyone, and some users do. delay installing them.
Case in point: if you don’t install the October 20 security patch, you might be facing at least three Zero-day errors threaten your PC. That’s why you should regularly check for Chrome patches manually, even with automatic updates turned on. On your PC, go to chrome: // settings / helpor click the ellipses “Than” in the top right corner of the browser and go to Settings> About Chrome (on the sidebar)
On your smartphone or tablet, simply visit the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store to get the latest updates for Chrome.