The vulnerability, known as CVE-2023-3079, exists in versions of Chrome prior to 114.0.5735.110 and could allow attackers to exploit this bug via a specially crafted HTML page.

This is the third zero-day vulnerability discovered and fixed by Google in 2023, and the second is related to the Chrome JavaScript V8 engine. The vulnerability received a “high” severity rating, but Google has yet to disclose detailed technical information about the issue in order to minimize the risks to the billions of users of its browser worldwide.

According to Clément Lesigne of the Google Threat Intelligence Team, the vulnerability is already known and exploited by attackers. Therefore, it strongly recommended that Chrome be updated to the latest version as soon as possible.

Source: Ferra

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