Google Chrome 104 fixes security issues

A new Google Chrome patch is rolling out to fix multiple security flaws in the popular browser

At least one of the exploits, identified by Google's internal security team and an army of bounty-hunting researchers, currently exists in the wild.

Earlier this month Google launched Chrome version 104 which brought with it significant changes including comprehensive screen sharing tools

a faster page loading test and user interface changes for Chromebooks

Although the goal of this update was to fix several security issues

as often happens with software development, patching issues can create new ones. 

That's why the quest to squash bugs and security flaws never ends.

Google confirmed in a blog post that the latest update for desktop is currently rolling out.

 This is version 104.0.5112.102/101 for Windows users and 104.0.5112.101 for Mac and Linux users.