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Chromium 105 update addresses zero-day exploit

Only a few days after Google released Chrome 105 (by means of the 105.0.5195.52 sourcecode) they have pushed an update to 105.0.5195.102.
This update fixes a single bug, but it is a critical one (CVE-2022-3075) for which a zero-day exploit is actively abused by malicious third parties. It’s highly recommended to upgrade your Chromium (regular as well as un-googled) browser to the latest version.

I have already uploaded packages for chromium (64bit and 32bit) and chromium-ungoogled (64bit) version 105.0.5195.102. They’ll work on Slackware 14.2 and newer. The 32bit chromium-ungoogled package will follow in a few hours, no thanks to compiler segfault during the nightly build of this package.



  1. David Hunt

    Thanks for your work, helping us to keep safe once again.

  2. Konrad J Hambrick

    Thanks Eric
    Posting from chromium-ungoogled-105.0.5195.102-x86_64-1alien Slackware64 15,0 + Multilib.
    Everything looks good here.
    — kjh

    • alienbob

      Great šŸ™‚

  3. gegechris99

    Thank you for the quick security fix (chromium-ungoogled here).

  4. Ready Slacker 1

    Thank you Alien Bob for these latest updates, much appreciated! (normally using ungoogled here)

  5. Ricardo

    Thank you Eric!

  6. Marco

    Thanks once again!
    Also using ungoogled.

  7. Francisco

    Thank you Eric!

  8. TheTKS

    Thanks for staying right on top of these, Eric, especially ungoogled.

    Still using your chromium package as my backup browser, both regular and ungoogled on -current, but just ungoogled on 15.0. It serves my purposes there – I don’t miss regular on 15.0 at all.


  9. guitarrizer

    Thank you Eric! Have a nice weekend šŸ™‚

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