22 security holes in Chrome closed

Google Chrome has been released in a version that is protected against various attacks. The majority of the closed security gaps are related to the threat level “high“Classified.

As the developers write in a warning message, attackers could trigger memory errors through successful attacks. This can usually lead to software crashes (DoS). Often, however, this is also a way of pushing malicious code onto computers and executing them.

In Chrome 96.0.4664.93 for Linux, macOS and Windows the 22 security holes should be closed. It is currently not known whether all systems are at risk and what attacks could look like.


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