What’s in the latest Chrome update? Faster phishing site warnings, more Actions
Google has released Chrome 92, an upgrade that boosts the browser’s performance during anti-phishing calculations, expands the reach of its site isolation technologies and adds some new “Chrome Actions” to its repertoire.
The California-based search giant also paid out more than $133,000 in bounties to those who reported some of the 35 vulnerabilities patched in Chrome 92, which was released last week. At least nine of the bugs were marked “High,” Google’s second-most-serious threat level. A number of the bounties, including four labeled “High,” had not yet been assigned a dollar amount, so Google’s final payout will almost certainly top the acknowledged total.