Summary: Google has reported two zero-day vulnerabilities impacting their Chrome web browser with patches available to remediate the vulnerabilities currently exploited by unscrupulous actors.
What is it? Zero-day vulnerabilities are those vulnerabilities that are not known to have been reported and/or discovered or that a patch has not been made yet to address the vulnerability. These are currently impacting Windows, MacOS, and Linux operating environments. The vulnerabilities are tracked as Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) and are tracked by year and vulnerability number.
Mitigation: Update to version 95.0.4638.69. All version prior to 95.0.4638.69. are vulnerable to the CVE’s listed above. To install the update, go to Chrome -> Help -> About Google Chrome. Here you will see your current version and patch availability.