The standard version of Chrome browser for MacOS, Windows and Linux was launched on Monday 92.0.4515.131 Raised. In the new version the development team has fixed ten security issues with ratings ranging from “medium” to “high”. As usual, the update is to be delivered to browser installations in the coming days and weeks; If automatic renewal is enabled, this will happen automatically.
Google Advice zu Chrome 92.0.4515.131 It only explicitly mentions security vulnerabilities discovered by external security researchers. As usual, there are no detailed interpretations; To prevent attacks, most users only follow up when they receive an update. A “high” classification, the browser’s bookmark function (CVE-2021-30590, Heap Buffer Overflow), FileSystem-API (CVE-2021-30591, free to use), Tab Strip and Groups (CVE-2021-30592 & CVE-2021 -30593, read / write restrictions) and an interface for displaying page information (use CVE-2021-30594, free).
Incidentally, Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge has not yet received the latest bug fixes: Step “Release Notes for Microsoft Edge Security Updates” The browser was last released on July 22 with security updates.
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