Google releases Chrome 102 security updates with fixes for 32 vulnerabilities (1 Critical)

Google has released Chrome for Windows (102.0.5005.61/62/63) and Chrome 102.0.5005.61 for Mac and Linux.

An attacker could exploit these vulnerabilities to take control of impacted systems.

The latest Chrome 102 (102.0.5005.61/62/63) security updates patched the following Critical and High severity vulnerabilities contributed by external researchers:

  • Critical CVE-2022-1853: Use after free in Indexed DB.
  • High CVE-2022-1854: Use after free in ANGLE.
  • High CVE-2022-1855: Use after free in Messaging.
  • High CVE-2022-1856: Use after free in User Education.
  • High CVE-2022-1857: Insufficient policy enforcement in File System API.
  • High CVE-2022-1858: Out of bounds read in DevTools.
  • High CVE-2022-1859: Use after free in Performance Manager.
  • High CVE-2022-1860: Use after free in UI Foundations.
  • High CVE-2022-1861: Use after free in Sharing.

Chrome 102.0.5005.61 for Mac and Linux was also released and contains a number of fixes and improvements.

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