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Google Fixes Chrome Zero-Day Exploited in the Wild

Google Fixes Chrome Zero-Day Exploited in the Wild

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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 the browser on a victim’s device. The flaw stems from a heap buffer overflow issue in the WebP, an image format championed by Google as a high-quality compression method.

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