Released on September 13, Google first listed the patched vulnerabilities on the Chrome Releases blog . Full details are being withheld for security reasons, as Google wants a majority of users to update first. A lot of the issues cover core areas of Chrome, including WebGL, as well as the JavaScript V8 engine. Updating now ensures that youre protected and wont be vulnerable to hackers and other methods of attacks from cybercriminals. This browser update is rolling out to Windows, Mac, and...

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