Chrome 114 Released With 18 Security Fixes


This week, Google announced the arrival of Chrome 114 to the stable channel, containing 18 security updates, 13 of which address flaws discovered by outside researchers. Six of the eight ‘high’ severity defects that were disclosed from the outside are memory safety bugs.

The most significant of these is CVE-2023-2929, an out-of-bounds write issue in Swiftshader, according to the granted bug bounty. According to a Google statement, security researcher Jaehun Jeong was given a $15,000 incentive for disclosing the vulnerability.x000D The following flaw is CVE-2023-2930, a use-after-free vulnerability in Extensions, for which Google offered a $10,000 bug prize.

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