Google is asking Chrome desktop users to prepare to update their browsers once again as two more zero-day vulnerabilities have been identified in their well known browser. Both allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to compromise an affected system via the web, and both are being actively exploited in the wild.
In the past three weeks, researchers have found a total of five actively exploited flaws in the Google Chrome web browser.
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