The current Chrome update fixes four vulnerabilities. One of them is known and is apparently already being exploited. […]
Google warns users in the Chrome release blog (engl.) that the vulnerability (CVE-2021-30554) is known. It is thus possible that it is already being exploited.
The update to Chrome 91.0.4472.114 is now available for Windows, Mac and Linux. In total, the update includes four security fixes. Google ranks the relevance for all four as high.
Chrome is still the most used browser worldwide. Usually, Google updates the browser automatically. Nevertheless, it is recommended to check this briefly and initiate the update manually if necessary. To do this, do the following: three-dot icon/Help/About Google Chrome.
Application: AI decides who gets a job
Companies are increasingly resorting to impersonal online interviews when recruiting. Whether the decision of the algorithms is suitable is now to be examined. […]
Web-based cash register software Care01 launched
The mobile surgery solution Care01 developed by the Austrian software manufacturer Peacequare brings more flexibility and less effort for cash-strapped doctors. […]
Four Keys to Business and Data Resilience
Pure Storage gives tips in the face of the ransomware flood: Companies need to be both resilient and agile. In order to prepare for the realities of recovery, it is important to future-proof critical IT infrastructures and introduce modern data backup. […]