Release version 84 of Chrome browser for various operating systems
On July 14, 2020, Google warned its users about dangerous vulnerabilities in the Chrome browser. By updating this browser to version 84.0.4147.89 on operating systems such as Windows, Chrome OS, as well as Android and iOS platforms, 26 vulnerabilities with different risk levels including 1 critical vulnerability, 7 high-level vulnerabilities, 8 Medium vulnerabilities and 10 vulnerabilities with low level of importance are eliminated. The most dangerous of these vulnerabilities include the following: An attacker could gain access to and destroy the victim system's memory, as well as steal sensitive information by executing malicious code on the victim's system.
Since Chrome browser is the most widely used browser in various operating systems and is installed on the Android operating system by default, the risks of these security vulnerabilities are lurking.
For information on the current version of the Chrome browser, you can enter the relevant information by entering Chrome://version in the address bar:
It is also updated automatically by entering chrome://settings/help in the URL bar for updates.
Continuous updating of applications installed on the mobile phone can reduce various risks. By enabling auto-updates in the Google Play and App Store, apps installed automatically are updated when the developer submits an update, and there is no need for the user to do so.