The Chrome browser has been updated to version 93.0.4577.63. This update to the Stable channel was released on August 31, 2021.
Version 93.0.4577.63 comes with several improvements. Google has reported several use after free fixes in this update, including for Web Share, sign-in pages, Extensions API, WebRTC, base internals, WebApp installs, and media. Google says they have fixed the heat buffer overflow in TabStrip. Google says they have fixed the policy bypass in Blink. Google says the inappropriate implementation in DevTools is fixed. Google says that the cross-origin data leak in navigation.
You can read the full list of changes along with the rewards given from the Google blog here: Stable Channel Update for Desktop | Tuesday, August 31, 2021.
Update: After using this browser version ourselves for a few hours, we noticed something interesting: our own website was loading more consistently. We were having problems getting some of our widgets to load recently and it’s definitely a lot smoother now. Thanks, Google! (Before noticing this, we always assumed it was our development that had the problems within it. But now we know to perhaps wait for a browser update as well just in case it is the development that is ahead of the browser rather than trailing it.)
To update Chrome, open the browser and head to Settings and more > Help > About Google Chrome. The browser will then automatically check for updates. If you have just opened Chrome, the browser will have automatically updated when it was closed.
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