Debian Security Advisory
DSA-5046-1 chromium -- security update
- Date Reported:
- 14 Jan 2022
- Affected Packages:
- Security database references:
- In Mitre's CVE dictionary: CVE-2021-4052, CVE-2021-4053, CVE-2021-4054, CVE-2021-4055, CVE-2021-4056, CVE-2021-4057, CVE-2021-4058, CVE-2021-4059, CVE-2021-4061, CVE-2021-4062, CVE-2021-4063, CVE-2021-4064, CVE-2021-4065, CVE-2021-4066, CVE-2021-4067, CVE-2021-4068, CVE-2021-4078, CVE-2021-4079, CVE-2021-4098, CVE-2021-4099, CVE-2021-4100, CVE-2021-4101, CVE-2021-4102, CVE-2021-37956, CVE-2021-37957, CVE-2021-37958, CVE-2021-37959, CVE-2021-37961, CVE-2021-37962, CVE-2021-37963, CVE-2021-37964, CVE-2021-37965, CVE-2021-37966, CVE-2021-37967, CVE-2021-37968, CVE-2021-37969, CVE-2021-37970, CVE-2021-37971, CVE-2021-37972, CVE-2021-37973, CVE-2021-37974, CVE-2021-37975, CVE-2021-37976, CVE-2021-37977, CVE-2021-37978, CVE-2021-37979, CVE-2021-37980, CVE-2021-37981, CVE-2021-37982, CVE-2021-37983, CVE-2021-37984, CVE-2021-37985, CVE-2021-37986, CVE-2021-37987, CVE-2021-37988, CVE-2021-37989, CVE-2021-37990, CVE-2021-37991, CVE-2021-37992, CVE-2021-37993, CVE-2021-37994, CVE-2021-37995, CVE-2021-37996, CVE-2021-37997, CVE-2021-37998, CVE-2021-37999, CVE-2021-38000, CVE-2021-38001, CVE-2021-38002, CVE-2021-38003, CVE-2021-38004, CVE-2021-38005, CVE-2021-38006, CVE-2021-38007, CVE-2021-38008, CVE-2021-38009, CVE-2021-38010, CVE-2021-38011, CVE-2021-38012, CVE-2021-38013, CVE-2021-38014, CVE-2021-38015, CVE-2021-38016, CVE-2021-38017, CVE-2021-38018, CVE-2021-38019, CVE-2021-38020, CVE-2021-38021, CVE-2021-38022, CVE-2022-0096, CVE-2022-0097, CVE-2022-0098, CVE-2022-0099, CVE-2022-0100, CVE-2022-0101, CVE-2022-0102, CVE-2022-0103, CVE-2022-0104, CVE-2022-0105, CVE-2022-0106, CVE-2022-0107, CVE-2022-0108, CVE-2022-0109, CVE-2022-0110, CVE-2022-0111, CVE-2022-0112, CVE-2022-0113, CVE-2022-0114, CVE-2022-0115, CVE-2022-0116, CVE-2022-0117, CVE-2022-0118, CVE-2022-0120.
- More information:
Multiple security issues were discovered in Chromium, which could result in the execution of arbitrary code, denial of service or information disclosure.
For the oldstable distribution (buster), security support for Chromium has been discontinued due to toolchain issues which no longer allow to build current Chromium releases on buster. You can either upgrade to the stable release (bullseye) or switch to a browser which continues to receive security supports in buster (firefox-esr or browsers based on webkit2gtk)
For the stable distribution (bullseye), these problems have been fixed in version 97.0.4692.71-0.1~deb11u1.
We recommend that you upgrade your chromium packages.
For the detailed security status of chromium please refer to its security tracker page at: https://security-tracker.debian.org/tracker/chromium