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All five security defects are use-after-free flaws, a type of memory safety bug that has been prevalent in Chrome over the past years, and which Google has long-battled to eliminate. According to Google’s advisory, four of these issues are high-severity bugs, impacting components such as Blink Media, Mojo IPC, Blink Frames, and Aura. The vulnerabilities […]

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The most severe of these bugs is CVE-2022-2156, which is described as a critical-severity use-after-free issue in Base. The security flaw was identified by Mark Brand of Google Project Zero. Per Google’s policy, no bug bounty reward will be handed out for this vulnerability. Leading to arbitrary code execution, corruption of data, or denial of […]

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The flaw, tracked as CVE-2021-21227 and rated high severity, was reported to Google by researcher Gengming Liu from Chinese cybersecurity firm Singular Security Lab. The researcher earned $15,000 for reporting the vulnerability, which Google described as “insufficient data validation in V8.” Liu told SecurityWeek that the flaw can be exploited for remote code execution in […]

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