For Windows, macOS, and Linux, Google has published a new Chrome update. According to Google, the version 102 update fixes 32 security problems.
According to Google, the latest Chrome version is also ready for Windows and Mac’s extended stable channels. The Chrome 102 version, on the other hand, will be available to users in the following days or weeks.
The business claims to have solved one major problem of greater severity with the current version.
Google announced the release of Chrome version 102.0.5005.61 for macOS and Linux and version 102.0.5005.61/62/63 for Windows in a short blog post. Over the next several days and weeks, the update will be sent out to users worldwide.
As previously stated, the Chrome 102 release includes 32 security updates. According to the business, the security holes patched in the update comprised one critical vulnerability, eight high severity flaws, nine medium severity flaws, and seven low severity flaws.
Because of the seriousness of the vulnerabilities and significant concerns, Google has encouraged users to upgrade Chrome as soon as possible.
Although Chrome automatically checks for new updates, you may manually check for the most recent version by navigating to Chrome > About Google Chrome. You can also check for updates by going to Help > About Google Chrome and clicking the three-dot icon in the right-most area.
In February, Google Chrome got yet another update to address a critical zero-day vulnerability that hackers have already exploited. There were 11 security fixes in total in the release.