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Google patches some serious Chrome security flaws

September 14, 2021

Via: Techradar

Google has revealed that the latest release of its Chrome web browser fixes eleven security vulnerabilities,two of which are potentially serious zero-day exploits.

Furthermore, the search giant disclosed that it was aware that two of the eleven bugs, tracked as CVE-2021-30632 and CVE-2021-30633, were being exploited in the wild.

According to the official release notes, both of the zero-days are memory bugs. It classifies CVE-2021-30632 as an out of bounds write in the browser’s V8 JavaScript engine, while CVE-2021-30633 is labeled as a “use after free” bug in Indexed DB API, which is a JavaScript API for managing a NoSQL database of JSON objects.

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