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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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The high-severity issue, tracked as CVE-2023-6345, is described as an integer overflow bug in Skia, the open source 2D graphics library that serves as the graphics engine in Chrome, Firefox, and other browsers. “Google is aware that an exploit for CVE-2023-6345 exists in the wild,” the internet giant notes in its advisory, without providing specific […]

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Google released a fix on Monday for a Chrome zero-day. Like the three before it, this fourth Chrome zero-day vulnerability found in 2023 allows an attacker to remotely target a vulnerable version of the browser. An attacker could exploit the vulnerability to execute arbitrary code, mishandle the data in the browser’s memory and eventually crash […]

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