Chrome 108 Patches High-Severity Memory Safety Bugs
Google has issued a security update for its Chrome web browser.
Google this week announced the release of Chrome 108 in the stable channel with patches for 28 vulnerabilities, including 22 reported by external researchers. All the remaining high-severity vulnerabilities are memory safety bugs, including one out-of-bounds write and six use-after-free issues. Related: Google Pays $45,000 for High-Severity Vulnerabilities Found in ChromeRelated: Google Pays Out Over $50,000 for Vulnerabilities Patched by Chrome 107Related: Google Improves Chrome Protections Against Use-After-Free Bug Exploitation
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