For the eighth time this year, Google has released an emergency update for its Chrome browser that fixes a zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2024-5274) with an in-the-wild exploit. About CVE-2024-5274 As per usual, Google keeps technical details of the vulnerability under wraps. All they tell us is that the vulnerability is a type confusion bug in V8, Chrome’s JavaScript and WebAssembly engine. “Google is aware that an exploit for CVE-2024-5274 exists in the wild,” the company says. … More

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