Chrome on desktop gets emergency patch to prevent hacker attack — what to do

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Chrome on desktop gets emergency patch to prevent hacker attack — what to do

It’s time to update desktop Google Chrome once again. Google released an emergency patch on Friday (September 24) to fix a single “zero-day” flaw that’s currently out in the wild.

To update to the new version, Chrome 94.0.4606.61 for Windows, Mac and Linux, it’s often enough to just close Chrome and then launch it again. Some Linux distributions need to wait for the next omnibus update package, however.

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If turning Chrome off and turning it back on again doesn’t work, then use your mouse cursor to click the three vertical dots at the top right of the browser window. Drag your cursor down to hover over Help in the drop-down menu, then click About Google Chrome in the fly-out menu. 

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