Tom’s Guide said that Google released an emergency update to fix a widespread vulnerability at the moment, and the new updated version is called Chrome 94.0.4606.61 and works on Windows, Mac and Linux systems, and to update the program, it is enough for the user to close it and then turn it on again. Some versions of Linux need to wait for the next updates.
In the event that the update is not successful when closing the Chrome browser and restarting it again, then the mouse pointer can be used to click on the three vertical dots at the top of the browser corner, and then the user should drag the pointer down to go to the help in the drop-down menu, and then click on the information option About Google Chrome in the menu that appears.
It will open a new tab and tell the user whether their browser is up to date or not. If it is out of date, it will download the update and ask the user to reopen the browser.
It appears that the vulnerability that is being fixed allows malicious applications or a malicious function to gain memory space, and it is not clear who is using the vulnerability to launch the attack, and it is also not clear who is the target of the attack.