Google Releases Chrome 111 Update With Fixes For 7 High Risk Vulnerabilities

Google has released Chrome 111.0.5563.110 for Mac and Linux and Chrome 111.0.5563.110/.111 for Windows with fixes for seven High severity vulnerabilities.

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

Released on March 21, the latest Chrome 111 security update patched eight issues, to include the following seven (7) High risk vulnerabilities:

  1. CVE-2023-1528: Use after free in Passwords.
  2. CVE-2023-1529: Out of bounds memory access in WebHID.
  3. CVE-2023-1530: Use after free in PDF.
  4. CVE-2023-1531: Use after free in ANGLE.
  5. CVE-2023-1532: Out of bounds read in GPU Video.
  6. CVE-2023-1533: Use after free in WebProtect.
  7. CVE-2023-1534: Out of bounds read in ANGLE.

Moreover, Google also issued Stable channel update to OS version: 15329.52.0 Browser version: 111.0.5563.100 for most ChromeOS devices.

The advisories did not list any known public exploits of these vulnerabilities at the time of publication.

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