CVE-2022-0118 In the past, inappropriate implementation in WebShare allowed a remote attacker to hide the contents of the Omnibox.

CVE-2022-0118 In the past, inappropriate implementation in WebShare allowed a remote attacker to hide the contents of the Omnibox.

This issue was addressed by disabling the Omnibox by default in Chrome on OS versions below Android 8.0. This issue did not affect versions of Google Chrome on Android. Google Hangouts did not properly limit the amount of time that messages could be viewed. An attacker could leverage this to send messages to victims for longer durations than intended. This issue was addressed by limiting message view time to 5 minutes. Google Classroom did not properly restrict the amount of data that could be uploaded to an assignment via the “Add data” feature. An attacker could leverage this to potentially exploit the add data feature to upload large amounts of data, which could result in the data exceeding the user’s attachment quota and resulting in the assignment being deleted. Google Sheets did not properly limit the amount of data that could be uploaded via the “Add data” feature. An attacker could leverage this to potentially exploit the add data feature to upload large amounts of data, which could result in the data exceeding the user’s attachment quota and resulting in the spreadsheet being deleted. Google Docs did not properly restrict the amount of data that could be uploaded via the “Add data” feature. An attacker could leverage this to potentially exploit the add data feature to upload large amounts of data, which could result in the data exceeding the user’s attachment quota and resulting in the spreadsheet being deleted

Chrome OS platform CVE-2022-0121

This issue was addressed by removing the “Add data” and “Upload file” features in Google Docs. This issue was addressed by removing the “Add data” and “Upload file” features in Google Sheets.

Miscellaneous security improvements

Google received a number of reports that the Google Play Store did not enforce its policy of verifying digital signatures from apps and games installed on a device before any user could install them. The vulnerability allowed an attacker to gain code execution by uploading malicious apps to the store. This issue was addressed by requiring all apps to verify their digital signatures before they can be published in the Google Play Store. Within Chrome 68, users were redirected to HTTPS sites via a new browser feature called HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS). However, due to an implementation flaw, this feature could cause some non-HTTPS domains to display as uncertified. This issue was addressed by changing how HSTS handles non-HTTPS domains.

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