The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on Friday advised security teams to review the most recent Chrome Release Note from Google and apply the necessary updates.
Google posted that the update contained seven security fixes, at least four of which were done with contributions by external security researchers. All of the four fixes were rated “high” in severity.
Google has long been a supporter of bug bounties and this patch cycle once again demonstrates that the more eyes that can get on a project the better, said Taylor Gulley, senior cyber security consultant at nVisium. “The contents of this release again highlight the benefits of a bug bounty program as well as that of open source projects,” Gulley said.