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Google released an emergency fix for the first zero-day vulnerability of the year in its Chrome web browser, warning that the bug is under active exploitation. The Silicon Valley giant disclosed limited details Tuesday in an advisory detailing little about the vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2024-0519, other than saying it is an out-of-bounds memory access flaw […]

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Released roughly two weeks after Google resolved two zero-day vulnerabilities in the popular browser, the latest Chrome update only resolves medium- and low-severity flaws, despite the major version change. Even if none of the externally reported flaws was severe, however, the internet giant paid over $30,000 in bug bounty rewards to the reporting researchers, its […]

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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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