Recently, Google has warned of 8 security holes in Chrome, of which 7 are rated as high risk, threatening the safety of more than 3.2 billion users of this browser.
These vulnerabilities appear on all computer versions of the Chrome browser (Windows, Mac, and Linux). Therefore, Google is about to release an urgent update to fix these important errors.
The patch update has not yet been officially released on all platforms, so Google only discloses the security holes that are being fixed and does not describe them in detail, including:
High-risk vulnerabilities: CVE-2022-0603, CVE-2022-0604, CVE-2022-0605, CVE-2022-0606, CVE-2022-0607, CVE-2022-0608 and CVE-2022-0609
Medium Vulnerability Vulnerability: CVE-2022-0610
Google says Chrome update 98.0.4758.102 will fix the aforementioned errors. This version is being urgently tested and will be released to the general public in the next few days.
To check the version of Chrome you are using, go to menu > Settings > About Chrome and regularly check for new updates so you can upgrade to version 98.0.4758.102 as soon as Google releases it.