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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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Of the externally reported security defects, eight are high-severity issues and 14 are medium-severity flaws. The most severe of these bugs, based on the paid bug bounty reward, is CVE-2022-4174, a type confusion issue in the web browser’s V8 JavaScript engine. Google credited security researcher Zhenghang Xiao for reporting the vulnerability and says it paid […]

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