The Chrome flaw is the second zero-day bug in a week that Google has addressed.
Google has fixed a high-severity bug in Chrome for which an exploit exists in the wild.
Google researchers have detailed campaigns by two North Korean government-backed groups that exploited a now-fixed Chrome flaw to target organizations across various industries.
Federal agencies have until March 1 to fix a pair of actively exploited flaws in Google Chrome and Adobe's Commerce and Magento platforms.
The use-after-free flaw (CVE-2021-4102) has been fixed in Chrome version 96.0.4664.110 for Windows, Mac and Linux. Learn more about it.