Establishing Digital Trust: Don't Sacrifice Security for Convenience
Google recently released version 16.0.912.77 of its Chrome browser.
"The update addresses a total of four vulnerabilities, all of which are rated as 'high severity,'" The H Security reports.
"These include use-after-free holes in DOM selections and DOM handling, an uninitialised value in the Skia 2D graphics library and a buffer overflow in tree builder," the article states.
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