Google has released another major zero-day for chrome CVE-2022-2294. The fourth major patch for 2022. The vulnerability sits with versions below Version 103.0.5060.134. It’s important to note that these vulnerabilities are usually resolved with an update. However, your chrome browser doesn’t always update automatically. Sometimes you need to invoke a manual push for an update. DOYB Technical clients are scheduled every 2-4 hours to push an update request for Google Chrome automatically, all to help reduce RISK and protect their environments.
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Check your Google Chrome Version / Manual Update
- 1. Open Google Chrome
- 2. Click the three dots in the right-hand corner
- 3. Click Settings from the Dropdown
- 4. Click About Chrome in the bottom lefthand corner
- 5. Once you click About it will automatically check for updates
- 6. Check the version it should be 103.0.5060.134 or above
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Gatlan, Sergiu. “Google Patches New Chrome Zero-Day Flaw Exploited in Attacks.” BleepingComputer, www.bleepingcomputer.com, 4 July 2022, https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/google-patches-new-chrome-zero-day-flaw-exploited-in-attacks/.