Google Chrome has issued a major security update addressing 26 security fixes – with one targeting a ‘critical’ security flaw in the programme.
The web browser’s two billion users should download an update addressing the numerous security vulnerabilities on Google Chrome on Windows, Mac and Linux.
In a blog post on January 19, Google said an updated version of Chrome (numbered 97.0.4692.99) will roll out over the coming days and weeks.
The update includes fixes for 26 issues – 16 of them pose a ‘high’ risk level and one is classified as ‘critical’.
It follows another critical Chrome update that dealt with a whopping 37 security vulnerabilities only two weeks ago in which 10 were classified as a ‘high’ threat level.