Google Patches 14 Vulnerabilities With Release of Chrome 103


This Monday, Google revealed the stable channel version of Chrome 103, which includes updates for a total of 14 vulnerabilities, including nine that were discovered by outside researchers. The most serious of these flaws is CVE-2022-2156, which Base describes as a use-after-free problem of critical severity.

Google Project Zero’s Mark Brand discovered the security hole. No bug bounty money will be given out for this issue in accordance with Google’s policy. Read More…