Google is urgently rolling out a new update to Chrome. After the discovery and publication of a critical security flaw, the Mountain View giant was forced to shake up its deployment schedule. Rather than rolling out the final version of Chrome 90, Google is pushing Chrome 89.0.4389.128 first, an iteration that includes a fix.
Google Deploys Chrome 89.0.4389.128
In the process, the search engine incorporates a fix for another recently identified flaw. This breach concerns Blink, the WebKit-derived HTML rendering engine designed to display web pages. In a blog post, Google assures us that the two flaws are actively exploited by hackers. That’s why the company was quick to push the fixes.
To update Chrome, you can go directly to the Google website. To manually update the browser, you are invited to click on More at the top right of the interface and choose to Update Google Chrome. The latest version of Chrome will be rolled out to all computers in the coming weeks, Google says.
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