Chrome 111 fixes 40 security vulnerabilities

Google has released Chrome 111 for all supported desktop and mobile operating systems. The new version of Google's browser is a security update that includes 40 different security vulnerability fixes. It also introduces support for Azure AD single sign-on (SSO) and some other features.chrome 111

Google will roll out the update to all supported platforms over the next few weeks. If you want to speed up the installation of the update, select Menu > Help > About Google Chrome or open the internal address chrome://settings/help.

Chrome will display the current browser version on the page, check for updates and download – install the update. A web browser restart is required to complete the process.

You'll see the following versions of Chrome after installing the security update:

Chrome for Mac 111.0.5563.64
Chrome for Linux 111.0.5563.64
Chrome for Windows 111.0.5563.64 or 111.0.5563.65
Chrome Extended for Windows and Mac: 110.0.5481.192
Chrome for Android: 111.0.5563.57 or 111.0.5563.58

Regarding the security gaps that have been fixed, you can see them from the link below

https://chromereleases.googleblog.com/2023/03/stable-channel-update-for-desktop.html

Google Chrome 111 as we mentioned above is a security update. Fixes 40 different Google browser vulnerabilities across all platforms. Google in the link above only lists the security issues reported by third parties. The maximum severity is high and includes vulnerabilities in CSS, V8, Developer Tools, and error reporting.

The company does not say whether exploits are circulating online.

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