New Chrome Zero-Day Vulnerability Exploited in the Wild – Update ASAP

Google has released security patches for the Chrome browser to fix a zero-day vulnerability of high severity that it claims has been used in the wild.

The WebRTC framework contains a heap-based buffer overflow vulnerability that has been given the CVE identification CVE-2023-7024. It has been described as a vulnerability that might be exploited to cause software crashes or arbitrary code execution.

On December 19, 2023, Clément Lecigne and Vlad Stolyarov from Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) are credited with finding and disclosing the vulnerability.

To stop additional misuse, Google has disclosed no other information regarding the security flaw read more New Chrome Zero-Day Vulnerability Exploited in the Wild – Update ASAP.

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