Multiple Vulnerabilities Discovered in Google Chrome

The French Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-FR) has issued a notification about multiple vulnerabilities identified in Google Chrome, a widely used web browser. These vulnerabilities could potentially be exploited by attackers to cause unspecified security issues.

The affected systems include:

  • Google Chrome versions prior to 116.0.5845.96 (MacOS and Linux)
  • Google Chrome versions prior to 116.0.5845.96/.97 (Windows)

While the exact nature of the security problems has not been specified by the software publisher, it is recommended that users take prompt action to update their Google Chrome browser to the latest version to mitigate potential risks.

Google has released a security bulletin containing more information about these vulnerabilities and the corresponding fixes. Users are strongly advised to refer to the provided documentation and apply the necessary updates as a precautionary measure.

For more details, refer to the provided documentation and security bulletin:

Stay vigilant and ensure that your software is up to date to protect against potential security threats.