Because the Chromium engine works with many browsers, including Edge and Opera, security updates for them will surely be released in the coming days as well.
How to update Chrome
Press the three dots that appear in the upper margin of Chrome, just below the profile picture. This will enter the Settings menu.
Next, click on the option that says Help and then on Chrome information and there you will see the version you have. As mentioned above, the security patch for this flaw comes with version 100.0.4896.75.
If the aforementioned update is available, it will begin to download and if not, you will have to wait a few days or even weeks, as the company warns on its blog. As this is a global release, there may be delays.
Keep in mind that once the update is installed, it is necessary to restart the browser for the protection to activate. Otherwise, the system will continue to be vulnerable to possible attacks that exploit the aforementioned flaw.
Other security measures:
Here are some security measures to implement until the patch arrives and even after you receive it to add an extra layer of care, as mentioned on the Center for Internet Safety site
1. Run all software as a non-privileged user (one without administrative privileges) to lessen the effects of a possible attack.
2. Avoid visiting untrustworthy websites or clicking on links provided by unknown sources.
3. Inform and educate users about the threats posed by hypertext links contained in emails or attachments, especially from unreliable sources.