Google has released the stable version of Chrome 105 update that resolves 11 vulnerabilities, including seven high-severity bugs reported by external researchers.
First on the list is an out-of-bounds write in Chrome’s Storage component. Next, three are use-after-free flaws in the PDF component, complemented by a fourth use-after-free in Frames.
The remaining two vulnerabilities are a heap buffer overflow in Internals and an insufficient validation of untrusted input in DevTools.
The internet giant has issued CVE identifiers CVE-2022-3195 through CVE-2022-3201 for these bugs.
The latest browser update is now rolling out to Mac and Linux users as Chrome 105.0.5195.125. Windows users will receive it as Chrome 105.0.5195.125/126/127.