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PC World Latest NewsJun 06, 2023
Update Chrome now—yet another nasty exploit is out in the wild

Announced in a June 5th security bulletin and highlighted by Bleeping Computer, details are scarce about CVE-2023-3079. As with other high-severity flaws that have a known exploit, Google is only sharing that it is a type confusion error in Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine, which can allow hackers to execute their own malicious code through the browser. Google researcher Clément Lecigne uncovered it on June 1st.

Lecigne also brought to light the two zero-day flaws announced in April. The first was a type confusion error while the second was a vulnerability in Skia, Chrome's 2D graphics library.

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