Google has swiftly addressed a critical zero-day vulnerability in its Chrome web browser, the first actively exploited one this year.

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“Google is aware of reports that an exploit for CVE-2024-0519 exists in the wild,” the company said in a security advisory published Tuesday.

The company fixed the zero-day for users in the Stable Desktop channel, with patched versions rolling out worldwide to Windows (120.0.6099.224/225), Mac (120.0.6099.234), and Linux (120.0.6099.224) users less than a week after being reported to Google.

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