[SecurityWeek] Google Patches Four Severe Vulnerabilities in Chrome

Google this week announced the release of an updated Chrome version for Windows, Mac and Linux, to address a total of four high-severity vulnerabilities in the browser.

Tracked as CVE-2021-37977, the most severe of these security holes could be exploited to achieve arbitrary code execution on a target system.

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