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AUSCERT Security Bulletin
Stable Google Chrome update addresses multiple vulnerabilities
8 October 2014
AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
Product: Google Chrome
Operating System: Windows
Impact/Access: Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands -- Remote with User Interaction
Access Privileged Data -- Remote with User Interaction
Denial of Service -- Remote with User Interaction
CVE Names: CVE-2014-3200 CVE-2014-3199 CVE-2014-3198
CVE-2014-3197 CVE-2014-3196 CVE-2014-3195
CVE-2014-3194 CVE-2014-3193 CVE-2014-3192
CVE-2014-3191 CVE-2014-3190 CVE-2014-3189
Member content until: Friday, November 7 2014
Google has released Chrome 38.0.2125.101, which includes 159
security fixes, 113 of which are minor fixes. 
Google has identified one critical, six high, four medium and one
low risk vulnerabilities that have been fixed in this update. 
Google has provided the following details regarding the major
" Critical CVE-2014-3188: A special thanks to Juri Aedla for
a combination of V8 and IPC bugs that can lead to remote code
execution outside of the sandbox.
 High CVE-2014-3189: Out-of-bounds read in PDFium. Credit to
 High CVE-2014-3190: Use-after-free in Events. Credit
 High CVE-2014-3191: Use-after-free in Rendering.
Credit to cloudfuzzer.
 High CVE-2014-3192: Use-after-free in DOM. Credit to
 High CVE-2014-3193: Type confusion in Session
Management. Credit to miaubiz.
 High CVE-2014-3194: Use-after-free in Web Workers.
Credit to Collin Payne.
 Medium CVE-2014-3195: Information Leak in V8. Credit
to Juri Aedla.
 Medium CVE-2014-3196: Permissions bypass in Windows
Sandbox. Credit to James Forshaw.
 Medium CVE-2014-3197: Information Leak in XSS
Auditor. Credit to Takeshi Terada.
 Medium CVE-2014-3198: Out-of-bounds read in PDFium.
Credit to Atte Kettunen of OUSPG.
 Low CVE-2014-3199: Release Assert in V8 bindings.
Credit to Collin Payne." 
Google also identified vulnerabilities discovered by its internal
" CVE-2014-3200: Various fixes from internal audits, fuzzing
and other initiatives (Chrome 38)." 
Users are advised to apply the update to overcome these
 Stable Channel Update
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