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                         AUSCERT Security Bulletin

     A number of vulnerabilities have been identified in Google Chrome
                               3 August 2011


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:              Google Chrome
Operating System:     Windows
                      Linux variants
                      Mac OS X
Impact/Access:        Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands -- Remote with User Interaction
                      Access Privileged Data          -- Remote with User Interaction
                      Denial of Service               -- Remote with User Interaction
                      Reduced Security                -- Remote with User Interaction
Resolution:           Patch/Upgrade
CVE Names:            CVE-2011-2819 CVE-2011-2818 CVE-2011-2805
                      CVE-2011-2804 CVE-2011-2803 CVE-2011-2802
                      CVE-2011-2801 CVE-2011-2800 CVE-2011-2799
                      CVE-2011-2798 CVE-2011-2797 CVE-2011-2796
                      CVE-2011-2795 CVE-2011-2794 CVE-2011-2793
                      CVE-2011-2792 CVE-2011-2791 CVE-2011-2790
                      CVE-2011-2789 CVE-2011-2788 CVE-2011-2787
                      CVE-2011-2786 CVE-2011-2785 CVE-2011-2784
                      CVE-2011-2783 CVE-2011-2782 CVE-2011-2361
                      CVE-2011-2360 CVE-2011-2359 CVE-2011-2358
Member content until: Friday, September  2 2011


        A number of vulnerabilities have been identified in Google Chrome
        prior to version 13.0.782.107.


        The vendor has provided the following details regarding these
        "[75821] Medium CVE-2011-2358: Always confirm an extension install via 
         a browser dialog. Credit to Sergey Glazunov.
         [$1000 each] [78841] High CVE-2011-2359: Stale pointer due to bad line 
         box tracking in rendering. Credit to miaubiz and Martin Barbella.
         [79266] Low CVE-2011-2360: Potential bypass of dangerous file prompt. 
         Credit to kuzzcc.
         [79426] Low CVE-2011-2361: Improve designation of strings in the basic 
         auth dialog. Credit to kuzzcc.
         [Linux only] [81307] Medium CVE-2011-2782: File permissions error 
         with drag and drop. Credit to Evan Martin of the Chromium development 
         [83273] Medium CVE-2011-2783: Always confirm a developer mode NPAPI 
         extension install via a browser dialog. Credit to Sergey Glazunov.
         [83841] Low CVE-2011-2784: Local file path disclosure via GL program 
         log. Credit to kuzzcc.
         [84402] Low CVE-2011-2785: Sanitize the homepage URL in extensions. 
         Credit to kuzzcc.
         [84600] Low CVE-2011-2786: Make sure the speech input bubble is 
         always on-screen. Credit to Olli Pettay of Mozilla.
         [84805] Medium CVE-2011-2787: Browser crash due to GPU lock 
         re-entrancy issue. Credit to kuzzcc.
         [85559] Low CVE-2011-2788: Buffer overflow in inspector serialization. 
         Credit to Miko?aj Ma?ecki.
         [$500 each] [85808] Medium CVE-2011-2789: Use after free in Pepper 
         plug-in instantiation. Credit to Mario Gomes and kuzzcc.
         [$1000] [86502] High CVE-2011-2790: Use-after-free with floating
         styles. Credit to miaubiz.
         [$1000] [86900] High CVE-2011-2791: Out-of-bounds write in ICU. Credit 
         to Yang Dingning from NCNIPC, Graduate University of Chinese Academy 
         of Sciences.
         [$1000] [87148] High CVE-2011-2792: Use-after-free with float removal. 
         Credit to miaubiz.
         [$1000] [87227] High CVE-2011-2793: Use-after-free in media selectors. 
         Credit to miaubiz.
         [$500] [87298] Medium CVE-2011-2794: Out-of-bounds read in text 
         iteration. Credit to miaubiz.
         [$500] [87339] Medium CVE-2011-2795: Cross-frame function leak. Credit 
         to Shih Wei-Long.
         [87548] High CVE-2011-2796: Use-after-free in Skia. Credit to Google 
         Chrome Security Team (Inferno) and Kostya Serebryany of the Chromium 
         development community.
         [$1000] [87729] High CVE-2011-2797: Use-after-free in resource caching. 
         Credit to miaubiz.
         [87815] Low CVE-2011-2798: Prevent a couple of internal schemes from 
         being web accessible. Credit to sirdarckcat of the Google Security 
         [$1000] [87925] High CVE-2011-2799: Use-after-free in HTML range 
         handling. Credit to miaubiz.
         [$500] [88337] Medium CVE-2011-2800: Leak of client-side redirect 
         target. Credit to Juho Nurminen.
         [$1000] [88591] High CVE-2011-2802: v8 crash with const lookups. 
         Credit to Christian Holler.
         [88827] Medium CVE-2011-2803: Out-of-bounds read in Skia paths. 
         Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Inferno).
         [$1000] [88846] High CVE-2011-2801: Use-after-free in frame loader. 
         Credit to miaubiz.
         [$1000] [88889] High CVE-2011-2818: Use-after-free in display box 
         rendering. Credit to Martin Barbella.
         [$500] [89142] High CVE-2011-2804: PDF crash with nested functions. 
         Credit to Aki Helin of OUSPG.
         [$1500] [89520] High CVE-2011-2805: Cross-origin script injection. 
         Credit to Sergey Glazunov.
         [$1500] [90222] High CVE-2011-2819: Cross-origin violation in base 
         URI handling. Credit to Sergey Glazunov." [1]


        The vendor recommends upgrading to the latest version of Google Chrome
        to correct these issues. [1]


        [1] Stable Channel Update

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