[SecurityWeek] Google Patches 32 Vulnerabilities With Release of Chrome 91

Google on Tuesday announced the release of Chrome 91 to the stable channel. The latest update patches a total of 32 vulnerabilities.

Of the addressed issues, 21 vulnerabilities were discovered by external researchers, including 8 high-severity bugs, 8 medium-severity flaws, and 5 low-severity security holes.

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