Chrome, Firefox and Edge browsers get an update to fix separate bugs that both allow for remote attacks, which could potentially allow hackers to takeover targeted devices.
In the case of the Chrome browser, it was an out-of-bounds white bug. And because the Google Chromium browser engine provides the base for the latest Edge browser, Microsoft also urged its users to update. In the middle of the research work, comes out the expression “heap corruption” which has something to do with the memory function – it seems that the dynamic memory allocator arbitrarily modifies the memory locations, allowing malicious intervention to happen.
And the story continues with twelve more additional bugs reported.
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