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.