May 16, 2024, 8:49 a.m. | Zeljka Zorz

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For the third time in the last seven days, Google has fixed a Chrome zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2024-4947) for which an exploit exists in the wild. About CVE-2024-4947 CVE-2024-4947 is a type confusion vulnerability in V8, Chrome’s JavaScript and WebAssembly engine. And while the two Chrome zero days fixed in the past few days have been attributed to an anonymous researcher, this time around the reporters are known: Kaspersky threat researchers Vasiliy Berdnikov and Boris Larin. … More →

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