Google this week announced the first stable release of Chrome 105, which comes with patches for 24 vulnerabilities, including 13 use-after-free and heap buffer overflow bugs.
Twenty-one of the fixed security flaws, including one critical, eight high, nine medium, and three low severity vulnerabilities, were discovered by outside researchers. Additionally, Chrome 105 fixes five critical use-after-free flaws that affect the WebSQL, Layout, PhoneHub, and Browser Tag components of browsers.
Other serious bugs fixed by the most recent Chrome release include a heap buffer overflow in Screen Capture, a poor implementation of Site Isolation, and inadequate untrusted input validation in V8.
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