Google has released Chrome 118 with fixes for 20 vulnerabilities, including a critical bug in Site Isolation that could allow for sandbox escape and arbitrary code execution.

Chrome 118 Patches 20 Vulnerabilities

Google has released Chrome 118, which includes fixes for 20 vulnerabilities, 14 of which were reported by external researchers. The most severe vulnerability is a critical bug in Site Isolation that could allow attackers to execute arbitrary code. The update also addresses eight medium-severity flaws and five low-severity vulnerabilities reported by external researchers. Google has already paid out over $30,000 in bug bounty rewards and is yet to determine the reward for the critical-severity vulnerability. There is no evidence that any of these vulnerabilities have been exploited in malicious attacks. The update is now available for macOS, Linux, and Windows.

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