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Google Chrome just patched urgent security flaws — what to do right now

Google has pushed out yet another security update to the desktop version of Chrome browser on Windows, Mac and Linux, the fourth such update in the past three weeks.

The new version of Chrome and its Chromium open-source underpinnings is labeled 90.0.4430.85 and was released late yesterday (April 20). It patches seven security flaws, including one “zero-day” (sort of) flaw that was disclosed in the wild before Google had a chance to fully patch it. 

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