On Thursday evening, Google released Chrome version 94.0.4606.71 for Windows, macOS, and Linux to fix four vulnerabilities, two of which are zero days being actively exploited in the wild. It’s the second pair of zero days for Chrome this month - all of which are being actively exploited.
Google has released Chrome version 94.0.4606.71, which addresses the zero days for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Since the update includes two zero days that are being actively exploited in the wild, we strongly recommend patching as soon as possible.
Patch your devices immediately via the Software menu in Automox, simply by searching for the Chrome version (94.0.4606.71) and selecting “Patch Now” to instantly remediate. You’ll need to “Patch Now” for macOS, Windows, and Linux separately with this methodology if you have devices running any of the three OSes with Chrome installed.
If you don’t have an existing policy to patch Chrome, you can create a patch only policy to update Chrome across Windows, macOS, and Linux. No need to insert a schedule if you plan to run the policy manually.
Once you create the policy, you can run it manually from the policy menu to instantly remediate.
Chrome versions 93.0.4577.95 and prior
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