Multiple vulnerabilities in Google Chrome

Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Google Chrome, where some have unknown impacts and others can can be exploited by malicious people to bypass certain security restrictions and potentially compromise a user’s system, according to Secunia.

1. An error related to the command line can lead to “URL parsing confusion”.

Note: This vulnerability affects the Windows platform only.

2. A use-after-free error exists within the handling of line boxes.

3. A use-after-free error exists within the handling of counter nodes.

4. A use-after-free error exists within the handling of custom fonts.

5. A double-free error exists within the libxml XPath handling.

6. An error related to empty origins can be exploited to violate the cross-origin policy.

7. An error related to the vertex handing can be exploited to cause a memory corruption.

Note: This vulnerability affects the Windows platform only.

8. A use-after-free error exists within the text searching.

9. An error within v8 can be exploited to cause an out-of-bounds write.

10. An integer overflow exists related uniform arrays.

Note: This vulnerability affects 32bit only.

11. An error exists related to “memset()” and PDF.

Note: This vulnerability affects the Linux platform only.

Solution: Update to version 13.0.782.215.




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