Yet another Google Chrome update has been launched to fix the CVE-2022-1364 bug. It can cause Google Chrome browser to crash or trigger an error.
This is the type of Google Chrome bug is similar to one that Google patched on March 26. It can cause a browser to crash or trigger an error, which has the potential to allow arbitrary code to be executed.Google wrote, “With a type-confusion flaw, a program will allocate a resource like a pointer or object using one type but later will access the resource using another, incompatible type. In some languages, like C and C++, the vulnerability can result in out-of-bounds memory access.”
According to the Center for internet security, the attackers can even view, change or delete data depending on the privileges associated with the application. If this application has been configured to have fewer user rights on the system, the vulnerability could have less impact on the system.
However, with the new Google Chrome update rolling out the bug will likely get fixed. Do note that the new version of Google Chrome can be updated automatically for the user, but macOS users will have to do it manually. They will be required to go to “Chrome” in the main menu followed by “About Google Chrome” and download the new update. Once the update will be downloaded, click “Relaunch” and the browser will be ready to use.