Type confusion in V8 in Google Chrome before 103.0.5060.114 allowed a remote malicious user to potentially exploit heap corruption via a crafted HTML page.
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IT threat evolution in Q3 2022
IT threat evolution in Q3 2022. Non-mobile statistics
IT threat evolution in Q3 2022. Mobile statistics
These statistics are based on detection verdicts of Kaspersky products and services received from users who consented to providing statistical data.
According to Kaspersky Security Network, in Q3 2022:
Kaspersky solutions blocked 956,074,958 attacks from online resources acros...
While people were celebrating the Fourth of July holiday in the United States, Google quietly rolled out a stable channel update for Chrome to patch an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability, the fourth such flaw the vendor has had to patch in its browser product so far this year.
Chrome 103 (103.0.5060.71) for Android and Version 103.0.5060.114 for Windows and Mac, outlined in separate blog posts published Monday, fix a heap buffer overflow flaw in WebRTC, the engine that gives the bro...
Topics Security Off-Prem On-Prem Software Offbeat Vendor Voice Vendor Voice Resources Update addresses heap buffer overflow and type confusion bugs in Google's browser engine
Microsoft has followed Google's lead and issued an update for its Edge browser following the arrival of a WebRTC zero-day.
The Windows giant uses the Chromium engine in its latest browser. As such, when something needs urgent fixing in Chrome, one can expect Edge to follow not far behind. For CVE-2022-2294 and CVE-2022-2295, a new version of Edge has been pushed out, taking the version number in the stable channel to 103.0.1264.49.
Most serious of the duo is CVE-2022-2294, a heap buf...