Google has released 11 security updates for its Chrome browser, including the strongest zero-day hacker thrown at attackers in the wild.
In a brief review, Google described the vulnerabilities, tracked as CVE-2022-0609, as the dangers of using a free post in the Chrome Animation section. These types of errors can lead to all kinds of misery, from valid data corruption to the misuse of code in vulnerable systems. Such errors can also be used to evade browser sandbox protection. “Google is aware of reports that CVE-2022-0609 abuse is in the wild,” according to its security review.
To fix the Animation problem, as well as 10 other security issues, Google has released Chrome 98.0.4758.102 for Windows, Mac, and Linux, due for release in the coming days or weeks.