Today, Google announced the availability of the standard version of Google Chrome 94.0.4606.61 for Windows, MacOS and Linux on its official Google Chrome blog. The update includes a fix for CVE-2021-37973, which states that the Chromium group has been exploited. As always, access to details is restricted until most users receive this update. The new version only includes bug fixes and improvements to make Google Chrome more reliable and secure. More information about this update can be found below or here Google.
Download -> Download Google Chrome for PC, Mac and Linux
The update to version 94.0.4606.61 is available for download via the integrated update function and the official website. Users who have installed an older version of Google Chrome will receive an update automatically, as it is now provided with an update function. If you do not want to wait too long, you can trigger the update manually: Open Chrome and click on the three-dot menu at the top right Help Help and then About Google Chrome When this dialog box opens, search for Chrome updates
You can now download the latest version of Google Chrome from Google:
- Download Google Chrome for PC, Mac and Linux
You can download Google Chrome for Windows, MacOS and Linux here.
Download -> https://www.google.com/chrome/
The new version includes the following new features and improvements:
- The standard channel has been updated to 94.0.4606.61 for Windows, Mac and Linux, which will be released in the coming days / weeks. This update includes 1 security fix.
- Google is aware that exploitation for CVE-2021-37973 is in the wild.
- Security fixes-> CVE-2021-37973.
What are the benefits of Google Chrome?
The web browser is the most important program on your computer. On the Internet, you can use the browser more when chatting, email, shopping, banking, reading news or watching videos. If you do not already have Chrome installed on your computer, you can download and install it here. Chrome is best when you work from home or browse the web. For example, you can use Chrome Remote Desktop to translate websites and switch between user profiles.
Via Google Blog
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