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.

Eric

11 thoughts on “Chromium 105 update addresses zero-day exploit


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





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  3. 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.

    TKS



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