Google announces the release of Chrome 91 to the stable channel. The most recent patch addresses a total of 32 security flaws. External researchers detected 21 vulnerabilities, including 8 high-severity flaws, 8 medium-severity vulnerabilities, and 5 low-severity security holes.
The most serious of these is CVE-2021-30521 – a heap buffer overflow in Autofill for which Google offered a $20,000 reward to the researcher who reported it.
Patches for six high-severity use-after-free flaws in WebRTC, TabStrip, WebUI, TabGroups, WebAudio, and WebAuthentication are also included in the new browser release. An out-of-bounds write in TabStrip is the eighth high-risk security flaw.
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