Google fixes more than 30 vulnerabilities with the latest version of Chrome

Google has corrected with the latest version of your browser, Google Chrome a total of 32 vulnerabilities different that could affect more than 3,000 million users worldwide.

According to the company’s latest publication, one of these vulnerabilities was categorized as a security threat. critical risk (CVE-2022-1853), and afecta IndexedDB which offers access to structured data within the browser.

In total, the latest Chrome update, version 102, fixes 32 vulnerabilities, and apart from critical, they have also been categorized eight as high risk another nine medium risk and six low risk.

Google has announced the monetary amounts it has allocated to users, some of them anonymous, who have detected these vulnerabilities. They oscillate between 500 and 10,000 euros.

To address these issues, Google has announced the release of Chrome 102 in the stable channel for Windows (102.0.5005.61/62/63 and 102.0.5005.61 for Mac and Linux, which will arrive in the coming days via a browser update.

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