CVE-2022-0103 An attacker could exploit heap corruption in SwiftShader in Google Chrome prior to 97.0.4692.71 to get system privileges.

CVE-2022-0103 An attacker could exploit heap corruption in SwiftShader in Google Chrome prior to 97.0.4692.71 to get system privileges.

CVE-2017-15412 is resolved in Chrome 97.0.4683.0 or later. Note that Tenable Network Security has extracted the preceding description block directly from the Ubuntu security advisory. It is recommended that users upgrade to the latest version of Ubuntu. Upgrades and install instructions can be found at: https://help.ubuntu.com/ Something went wrong with Chrome on Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04 and 18.10. An error occurred during installation of Google Chrome. A common cause of this is missing dependencies. Follow the steps below to ensure you have the dependencies installed. If you have already tried updating the dependencies and this problem persists, there might be an issue with your system. You can try re-installing the operating system. Upgrading your system doesn’t solve the dependency issue, so if you’re trying to fix an installation issue, please follow the steps below, which might resolve it. If these steps don’t help, you can report a bug at https://github.com/0x0c/blog/issues. You can also try updating your system. Updating your system doesn’t solve the dependency issue, so if you’re trying to fix an installation issue, please follow the steps below, which might resolve it. If these steps don’t help, you can report a bug at https://github.com/0x0c/blog/issues. You can also try updating

Ensure you have the latest version of Ubuntu installed

Please ensure that the latest version of Ubuntu is installed. This can be accomplished by upgrading or reinstalling Ubuntu from the Software Center or by running sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade . If you have already tried updating the dependencies and this problem persists, there might be an issue with your system. You can try re-installing the operating system. Upgrading your system doesn’t solve the dependency issue, so if you’re trying to fix an installation issue, please follow the steps below, which might resolve it. If these steps don’t help, you can report a bug at https://github.com/0x0c/blog/issues. You can also try updating your system. Updating your system doesn’t solve the dependency issue, so if you’re trying to fix an installation issue, please follow the steps below, which might resolve it. If these steps don’t help, you can report a bug at https://github.com/0x0c/blog/issues.

Update your system to fix dependency issues

If you’re trying to install Chrome and it errors out during the installation, one solution is to update your system. There are two ways to do this: Upgrading your system doesn’t solve the dependency issue, so if you’re trying to fix an installation issue, please follow the steps below, which might resolve it. If these steps don’t help, you can report a bug at https://github.com/0x0c/blog/issues. You can also try updating your system.

Install new dependencies

- sudo apt install build-essential
- sudo apt install libssl-dev
- sudo apt install libffi-dev
- sudo apt install libx11-dev
- sudo apt install libxau2-dev
If you are using Ubuntu 18.10, you need to use the commands below instead:
Install new dependencies:
sudo adduser yourself www-data;
sudo usermod -a -G www-data $USER;
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade

Try updating the system sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade

sudo apt-get install -f

References

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