The use-after-free flaw (CVE-2021-4102) has been fixed in Chrome version 96.0.4664.110 for Windows, Mac and Linux. Learn more about it.
The two zero-day flaws were part of eight vulnerabilities patched this week in Google Chrome.
Chrome 71 extends the ad-blocking technology introduced last year to block advertisements on sites with "harmful experiences" on the web.
A number of recent malicious Google Chrome extensions that steal user data and CPU have slipped into the Chrome Web Store, disguised as ad blockers, security tools and URL shorteners. Users beware of shady extensions in the Chrome Web Store...
Back in April, Google announced that it will be shipping Headless Chrome in Chrome 59. Since the respective flags are already available on Chrome Canary, the Duo Labs team thought it would be fun to test things out and also provide a brief introduction to driving Chrome using Selenium and Python.