Chrome 58, 58.0.3029.81 to be exact, is being rolled out to Windows, Linux, and Mac users and should be available to everyone over the next few days. Along with 29 security updates, this new version also blocks domains that use Cyrillic letters that resemble Latin letters and adds support for Progressive Web Apps on Android. 

Google Chrome 56.0.2924.76

As mentioned, this update blocks domains that use Cyrillic letters that look like a lot Latin as described here. This prevents phishing attacks that used specially crafted domain names that would render the address in the address bar as other legitimate domains. You can see an example of this type of attach that makes the address bar appear as apple.com below.  In Chrome 58, the address bar will now display as https://www.xn--80ak6aa92e.com/.

Last, but definitely not least, this update also includes 29 security updates. The full list of security updates are described below:

Bounty Bug ID Severity CVE Identifier Credits
$3000 695826 High CVE-2017-5057 Type confusion in PDFium. Credit to Guang Gong of Alpha Team, Qihoo 360
$2000 694382 High CVE-2017-5058 Heap use after free in Print Preview. Credit to Khalil Zhani
$N/A 684684 High CVE-2017-5059 Type confusion in Blink. Credit to SkyLined working with Trend Micro's Zero Day Initiative
$2000 683314 Medium CVE-2017-5060 URL spoofing in Omnibox. Credit to Xudong Zheng
$2000 672847 Medium CVE-2017-5061 URL spoofing in Omnibox. Credit to Haosheng Wang (@gnehsoah)
$1500 702896 Medium CVE-2017-5062 Use after free in Chrome Apps. Credit to anonymous
$1000 700836 Medium CVE-2017-5063 Heap overflow in Skia. Credit to Sweetchip
$1000 693974 Medium CVE-2017-5064 Use after free in Blink. Credit to Wadih Matar
$500 704560 Medium CVE-2017-5065 Incorrect UI in Blink. Credit to Khalil Zhani
$500 690821 Medium CVE-2017-5066 Incorrect signature handing in Networking. Credit to chenchu
$500 648117 Medium CVE-2017-5067 URL spoofing in Omnibox. Credit to Khalil Zhani
$N/A 691726 Low CVE-2017-5069 Cross-origin bypass in Blink. Credit to Michael Reizelman

The following fixes were resolved internally by Google:

[685349] Various fixes from internal audits, fuzzing and other initiatives

It is strongly advised that everyone update Chrome as soon as possible.

To update Chrome, simply click on the Settings menu button (), click on Help, and then select About Chrome. Chrome will then check for updates and install them.  A restart of Chrome will be required to fully finish the upgrade.