This update fixes the following security vulnerabilities:
Will Chromium stop releasing updates long enough for one to make it to EPEL stable? Probably not.
This one fixes: CVE-2020-6458 CVE-2020-6459 CVE-2020-6460
Fix dependency issue introduced when switching from a "shared" build to a "static" build.
A new major version of Chromium without any security bugs! Just kidding. Here's the CVE list:
CVE-2020-6454 CVE-2020-6423 CVE-2020-6455 CVE-2020-6430 CVE-2020-6456 CVE-2020-6431 CVE-2020-6433 CVE-2020-6434 CVE-2020-6435 CVE-2020-6436 CVE-2020-6437 CVE-2020-6438 CVE-2020-6439 CVE-2020-6440 CVE-2020-6441 CVE-2020-6442 CVE-2020-6443 CVE-2020-6444 CVE-2020-6445 CVE-2020-6446 CVE-2020-6447 CVE-2020-6448 CVE-2020-6432 CVE-2020-6457
Oh, and this build switches over to a static build, so the chromium-libs and chromium-libs-media subpackages are now obsolete, but it should be slightly better for performance.
Bugfix release from Google for 80.0.3987.162.
Update to 80.0.3987.162. Fixes the following CVEs:
Update to 80.0.3987.149. Upstream says it fixes "13" security issues, but only lists these CVEs:
Update to 80.0.3987.132. Lots of security fixes here. VAAPI re-enabled by default (except on nvidia).
List of CVEs fixed (since last update):
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