An update that fixes 27 vulnerabilities is now available.
This update to Chromium 71.0.3578.98 fixes the following issues:
Security issues fixed (boo#1118529):
- CVE-2018-17480: Out of bounds write in V8 - CVE-2018-17481: Use after frees in PDFium - CVE-2018-18335: Heap buffer overflow in Skia - CVE-2018-18336: Use after free in PDFium - CVE-2018-18337: Use after free in Blink - CVE-2018-18338: Heap buffer overflow in Canvas - CVE-2018-18339: Use after free in WebAudio - CVE-2018-18340: Use after free in MediaRecorder - CVE-2018-18341: Heap buffer overflow in Blink - CVE-2018-18342: Out of bounds write in V8 - CVE-2018-18343: Use after free in Skia - CVE-2018-18344: Inappropriate implementation in Extensions - Multiple issues in SQLite via WebSQL - CVE-2018-18345: Inappropriate implementation in Site Isolation - CVE-2018-18346: Incorrect security UI in Blink - CVE-2018-18347: Inappropriate implementation in Navigation - CVE-2018-18348: Inappropriate implementation in Omnibox - CVE-2018-18349: Insufficient policy enforcement in Blink - CVE-2018-18350: Insufficient policy enforcement in Blink - CVE-2018-18351: Insufficient policy enforcement in Navigation - CVE-2018-18352: Inappropriate implementation in Media - CVE-2018-18353: Inappropriate implementation in Network Authentication - CVE-2018-18354: Insufficient data validation in Shell Integration - CVE-2018-18355: Insufficient policy enforcement in URL Formatter - CVE-2018-18356: Use after free in Skia - CVE-2018-18357: Insufficient policy enforcement in URL Formatter - CVE-2018-18358: Insufficient policy enforcement in Proxy - CVE-2018-18359: Out of bounds read in V8 - Inappropriate implementation in PDFium - Use after free in Extensions - Inappropriate implementation in Navigation - Insufficient policy enforcement in Navigation - Insufficient policy enforcement in URL Formatter - Various fixes from internal audits, fuzzing and other initiatives - CVE-2018-17481: Use after free in PDFium (boo#1119364)
The following changes are included:
To install this openSUSE Security Update use the SUSE recommended installation methods like YaST online_update or "zypper patch".
Alternatively you can run the command listed for your product: