Google has issued a critical security update for Chrome on macOS, Windows, and Linux that fixes a zero-day vulnerability in the browser. On Tuesday, Google in a Chrome stable channel update said it “is aware that an exploit for CVE-2023-6345 exists in the wild.”

Google has not provided further details about the CVE-2023-6345 exploit, which was discovered last week by security researchers in Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG). However, it is believed to be related to Skia, the open-source 2D graphics library in the Chrome graphics engine.

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