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An experimental setting has appeared in the experimental Android version of Chrome that will give users of Google’s browser the ability to block access to Incognito tabs. Access will only be granted when the correct lock screen password is entered, or the relevant biometrics are provided. This means that until your phone camera successfully scans […]

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Researchers Leecraso and Guang Gong of the 360 Alpha Lab team at Chinese cybersecurity firm Qihoo 360 have earned $20,000 for a high-severity vulnerability tracked as CVE-2021-30590. Google described the issue as a heap buffer overflow in Bookmarks. Leecraso told SecurityWeek that CVE-2021-30590 is a sandbox escape vulnerability that can be “exploited in combination with […]

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Chrome 86.0.4240.183 for Windows, macOS, and Linux was pushed to the stable channel with patches for a total of seven vulnerabilities, all of which feature a severity rating of high. The bugs include CVE-2020-16004 (use after free in user interface), CVE-2020-16005 (insufficient policy enforcement in ANGLE), CVE-2020-16006 (inappropriate implementation in V8), CVE-2020-16007 (insufficient data validation […]

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