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Google fixes one more Chrome zero-day exploited at Pwn2Own
2024-04-03 16:39

Google has fixed another zero-day vulnerability in the Chrome browser, which was exploited by security researchers during the Pwn2Own hacking contest last month.

One week ago, Google fixed two more Chrome zero-days exploited at Pwn2Own Vancouver 2024.

Mozilla also patched two Firefox zero-days exploited by Manfred Paul at this year's Pwn2Own Vancouver competition on the same day the bugs were exploited.

In total, Google patched four Chrome zero-days this year, with the fourth addressed in January as an actively exploited zero-day that enabled attackers to crash unpatched browsers or access sensitive information due to an out-of-bounds memory access weakness in the V8 JavaScript engine.

Google fixes Chrome zero-days exploited at Pwn2Own 2024.

Google fixes two Pixel zero-day flaws exploited by forensics firms.


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