Google advises users to update Chrome as soon as possible

Google released an update for the Chrome web browser that doesn't include any new features

it's entirely focused on fixing important security vulnerabilities, including one zero-day flaw that malicious actors are currently targeting in malware campaigns.

the newest release contains fixes for no less than 11 security bugs, one of which has been actively exploited in the wild.

The only thing we know about the nature of CVE-2020-2856 is that it fixes an issue with "insufficient validation of untrusted input in Intents.

Google has patched five zero-day bugs this year, and one of them has been linked to Israeli spyware firm Candiru.

in March Google noted a significant increase in the number of Chrome vulnerabilities that have been exploited in the wild.

What is the Google Chrome CVE-2022-2856 Zero-Day?

Google Chrome team, confirms that a total of eleven security vulnerabilities, ranging from medium to critical impact, have been fixed in the latest Chrome update.