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To start the Chrome update procedure manually to the latest version that addresses the actively exploited security issue, head to the Chrome settings menu (upper right corner) and select Help → About Google Chrome.
Relaunching the application is required to complete the update.
Available security updates are also automatically installed the next time the browser starts without user intervention, so check the "About" page to ensure you're running the latest version.
The new stable channel release addressing the flaw that has an exploit in the wild is version 114.0.5735.110 for Windows and 114.0.5735.106 for Mac and Linux.
The malicious apps are not hosted on Google Play but on third-party websites in Google Search that push APKs, Android packages that allow you to manually install mobile apps.
When visiting the sites, you will either be redirected to websites showing advertisements or prompted to download the searched-for app. The download sites are purposely created to distribute the malicious Android apps as an APK that, when installed, infect the Android devices with adware.
When the app is installed, it does not configure itself to run automatically, as that requires additional privileges. Instead, it relies on the normal Android app installation flow, which prompts users to 'Open' an app after it is installed.
Furthermore, the apps do not utilize an icon and have a UTF-8 character in the app's label, making it harder to spot.
The people of the UK should now be in a state of shock.
But instead, they have been distracted by non-stop coverage of Phil Schofield’s questionable affair, so will have most likely missed the tragic and devastating information published by BBC News of all organisations.
Information that reveals the UK suffered the highest number of excess deaths throughout 2022 in over half a century.
The New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs has released a consultation document containing proposed changes to censorship procedures. Read a sobering commentary by the Free Speech Union HERE.
The proposals include the appointment of a chief regulator who will be empowered to decide whether online content – including social media posts – is “harmful.” To do so, he will be empowered to make up his own “guidelines” without the input of parliament. The proposals will also allow fines exceeding NZ$200,000 to be levied on those who don’t comply with his ideas.
The UK government has released official figures that show a shocking truth: the fully vaccinated population accounted for 92% of Covid-19 deaths throughout the entirety of 2022, and 9 in every 10 Covid-19 deaths in England over the past two years.
Bloomberg reports that Boeing will delay deliveries of its 787 Dreamliner aircraft after uncovering flawed parts during production, a setback as the planemaker works to meet soaring demand for its long-range aircraft.
The flaw may affect about 90 already-built Dreamliners that the company has not yet delivered, Boeing said on Tuesday.
It will inspect each plane for improperly sized gap-fillers within the horizontal stabilizer, a tiny wing attached to a jet’s tail.
Ukrainian soldiers constantly use Nazi symbols, NY Times very belatedly points out...
In 2015, the world's richest countries agreed to devote $100 billion a year to 'climate finance' in the Global South. So far, this includes a power station in Bangladesh, an airport in Egypt and ice cream parlours in Asia.
The World Health Organisation and the European Union yesterday announced their collaboration on global digital vaccine passports at a joint press conference in Geneva.
It is no secret that the Biden regime loves to make itself look good by fudging the jobs numbers, but did you know that it is also lying about all these “new jobs” we keep hearing about, which are actually going to foreigners rather than actual Americans?
Phone users often get into a heated debate on whether iPhones are better than Android phones.
Security camera company Ring, which Amazon acquired in 2018, has agreed to a $5.8 million settlement after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) accused it of privacy violations linked to its doorbell cameras.
Michelle Obama, the wife of former U.S. President Barack Obama, is known for her health advocacy. However, products from her juice brand Plezi have failed health standards set by the Obama administration.
Target donated funds to a group that has called for closing down Mount Rushmore because it is “an international symbol of white supremacy,” according to a new report
A major dam was destroyed early Tuesday morning local time in Russian-occupied territory in southern Ukraine.
Nike will celebrate Pride Month by hosting a panel discussion with a surgeon who said he performed “gender affirming mastectomies” on minors, a leaked email obtained by The Daily Wire reveals.
Lawyers for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) wrote a letter raising concerns about the FBI’s raid of the homes of Project Veritas employees in connection to a diary that was reportedly stolen from President Joe Biden’s daughter.
The PGA Tour and the Saudi-backed LIV Golf have signed an agreement to merge into an as-of-now unnamed company, squashing more than a year of lawsuits and attempts by both organizations to court the world’s most esteemed golfers.
Former President Donald Trump will face a politically motivated federal indictment, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said on Monday.
Residents of a Buffalo, N.Y., suburb were outraged after they noticed a Pride flag had seemingly replaced the POW/MIA banner that has long flown high above the town hall.
The Biden administration recently announced it would expand the number of foreign nationals admitted into the United States through the CBP One application to nearly 40,000 per month.
British multinational luxury vehicle manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover is recalling nearly 6,400 I-Pace electric crossover SUVs in the U.S. due to the very high risk that their batteries might catch fire when they overheat.
Plans have been announced to trial a universal basic income (UBI) in England that would see up to 30 people receive an unconditional payment of £1,600 (€1,854) a month.
Under the scheme, which is the first of its kind in England, residents in central Jarrow, northeast England, and East Finchley, north London, will be handed the funds each month for two years, and researchers will monitor the effect the payment has on their work ethic and mental well-being.
The trial run has been organized by the progressive Autonomy think tank, which is seeking to fund the £1.6 million (€1.85 million) scheme through private donors.
The initiative is not being paid for by U.K. taxpayers and is not affiliated with the British government.
A day after Ukraine's much-heralded counter-offensive appears to have failed, almost before it had even begun, a major dam in the Russian-occupied region of Kherson is suddenly bombed, prompting mass evacuations as floods spread across the region.
As we detailed earlier, both sides accuse each other of the attack that puts tens of thousands of homes at risk and might even threaten the safety of Europe's largest nuclear power plant.
However, as Raul Ilargi Meijer writes, twice last year (here and here), Ukrainian officials discussed Kiev's plans to blow up the dam.