New version of Chrome to shut down two serious security vulnerability

Google has announced the launch of a new version of the Chrome browser and explained that the new version 75.0.3770.142 fills two serious security holes, classified by Google as medium and higher.

The “serious” vulnerability reported in mid-June allows hackers to launch DDoS attacks, which could cause the browser to crash.

The second “medium” vulnerability, reported in mid-April, concerns the size of the fonts used in the browser, other parties can penetrate and steal sensitive information.

Google has highlighted the need to update the browser in operating systems Microsoft Windows and Mac devices, and is expected to release the Linux version in the coming days or weeks.

Source: Reuters

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