Zero-day flaw: Google warns users to install Chrome update 'immediately'

- Google has advised its users to immediately install a security update in its Chrome browser to protect themselves against a serious bug being actively exploited by hackers.

- The company says that a new vulnerability is already being exploited by cyberattacks, with Chrome users on Windows, Mac and Linux.

- Google has released a security patch for Google Chrome users on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems that will roll out over the coming days/weeks.

- For now, Chrome users need to relaunch their browser to activate the latest security update.