Google has warned users who use Chrome to make sure their browser is running version 72.0.3626.121 or later after a 0-day vulnerability was discovered. To check if your browser is updated, click on the 3 stacked dots from the right tool-bar menu then select Help > About Google Chrome. If your browser is not updated, Chrome should fetch the latest version and update your browser automatically.
Google disclosed on February 27th, 2019 that two 0-day vulnerabilities were being exploited together among Chrome and Microsoft Windows. Google released an auto-update for all Chrome browsers on March 1 to remediate the issue, however, they are urging all users to verify that their browser is updated to 72.0.3626.121 or later.
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