ZDNet – “Google has released Chrome 104 stable with fixes for seven ‘high’ and 15 ‘medium’ severity flaws. Google has released Chrome version 104 for Windows, Mac and Linux, with fixes for 27 security bugs reported by third parties. None of the flaws are listed as being actively exploited, but the release notes for Chrome 104 do contain a few notable, albeit sparsely described, fixes for high severity flaws that affect the Chrome ‘Omnibox’ (address bar), Google’s optional online protection Safe Browsing, the Dawn WebGPU implementation in Chrome, and Google’s Apple AirDrop-like Nearby Share feature for sharing files between Chromebook and Android devices… Safe Browsing in Chrome was also affected by a high severity use after free (CVE-2022-2604), and a medium severity issue caused by insufficient validation of untrusted input (CVE-2022-2622). Safe Browsing is used by Chrome and other major browsers to show users a warning before they visit a dangerous website or download a malicious app…”
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