Sometimes when Google releases a new version of Chrome, the release announcement doesn’t mention any security fixes. That’s intentional:
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Chrome 80.0.3987.116 was announced on February 18, but the initial announcement didn’t include any mention of five security vulnerabilities that were fixed in that version. Those details were added a few days later.
Three of the vulnerabilities addressed in Chrome 80.0.3987.116 were reported to Google by third party security researchers.
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