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Google fixes a serious bug in Chrome browser

# **Google patches critical bug in Chrome browser** **The latest security bug in Google’s Chrome browser has been found to be actively exploited, users need to update their browser immediately.** Google has released a security update to patch a critical vulnerability in the Google Chrome browser. The new vulnerability is assigned a tracking code as CVE-2023-3079, reported by Google’s threat analysis team (TAG) on June 1, 2023. According to NIST’s National Vulnerability Database (NVD), the V8 JavaScript engine error in Google Chrome earlier than 114.0.5735.110 gives attackers the ability to exploit memory through a generated HTML page. . A memory error occurs when the contents of a memory location are modified beyond the programmer’s intention or the program/language structure, resulting in a memory safety violation. As usual, Google does not disclose details about the nature of the attacks, but the report says an exploit of the CVE-2023-3079 bug is ongoing. This is also a zero-days bug addressed by Google in Chrome browser since early 2023. The two previous bugs are CVE-2023-2033 (CVSS Score: 8.8) and CVE-2023-2136 (CVSS Score: 9.6). Chrome browser users should immediately upgrade to versions 114.0.5735.110 (Windows) and 114.0.5735.106 (macOS and Linux) to mitigate potential threats.

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