The stable version of the Chrome browser for Windows, Linux and macOS was based on 92.0.4515.159 raised. The developers have given the code a total of nine security fixes and eliminated seven vulnerabilities reported by external researchers. The security risk posed by these vulnerabilities was consistently rated as high.
As usual, Google hardly mentions any details about the vulnerabilities in its advisory on the stable channel update; these are usually only published when most users have received the update. This is intended to minimize the risk of active attacks on systems that are still unprotected. In the current case, the advisory does not contain any indications of attacks in the wild.
As usual, security updates are to be distributed via auto-update in the coming days and weeks. If you want to actively search for updates, you can do so via the menu item “Help” -> “About Google Chrome”.