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Google Fixes Actively Exploited Chrome Zero-Day

Google Fixes Actively Exploited Chrome Zero-Day

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Google patched a zero-day vulnerability in Chrome, warning consumers that the vulnerability is under active exploitation.

The Silicon Valley giant revealed little Monday in a Chrome advisory about the vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2023-3079, other than saying it is a type confusion flaw in its V8 JavaScript rendering engine.

Microsoft said it is aware of the zero-day and is developing a patch. The company’s Edge browser is based on the same underlying code as Chrome, which Google makes available as part of its Chromium Project.

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