If you are a Google Chrome user, you might not want to take this lightly. Your preferred web browser has a critical vulnerability that should ideally be patched right away. This has been fixed in the latest Google Chrome update version 80.0.3987.122 which is now available as a stable channel download for all Windows, macOS and Linux users. The urgency to update your web browser on your PC or Mac is because one particular vulnerability among the bunch that the latest Google Chrome update patches actually exists in the wild, which means hackers have already exploited it before Google tracked it down and patched it.
To update your Chrome web browser on your PC or macOS or Linux device, open the Chrome web browser -> About Google Chrome and allow the update to download and install. Incidentally, there have already been three zero day vulnerabilities reported in Chrome this year, and we aren’t even two months into 2020. For a web browser that is perhaps the most popular route for accessing the internet for millions of users around the world, this surely is rather serious.