back to article Mind the gap: Google patches holes in Chrome – exploit already out there for one of them after duo spot code fix

Google has updated Chrome for Linux, Mac, and Windows to address three security vulnerabilities – and exploit code for one of them is already public, so get patching. In a release note on Monday, Krishna Govind, a test engineer at Google, said Chrome version 80.0.3987.122 addresses three flaws identified by various researchers …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Using Google Chrome ...

    ... is like inviting the Stasi into the middle of your Living Room through the Backdoor.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Using Google Chrome ... but the CVEs are in Chromium

      And that's used in lots of other browsers. Just had a Brave update today

    2. cbars
      Big Brother

      Re: Using Google Chrome ...

      The whole point was that you were never sure who was an informant... so while you've got your eyes on Chrome, dont be fooled into a sense of security.

      Wolves attack from the periphery

    3. Robert Grant Silver badge

      Re: Using Google Chrome ...

      On the one hand, it's an incredible invasion of privacy. But on the other hand, it remembers my passwords.

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