Google has released Chrome 93 security update (93.0.4577.82) with fixes for 2 zero-day vulnerabilities under attack.
An attacker could exploit these vulnerabilities to take control of impacted systems.
The Chrome 93 security update patched 11 vulnerabilities in all, 9 of those rated High severity and discovered by external researchers (bold with active exploits):
- CVE-2021-30625: Use after free in Selection API.
- CVE-2021-30626: Out of bounds memory access in ANGLE.
- CVE-2021-30627: Type Confusion in Blink layout.
- CVE-2021-30628: Stack buffer overflow in ANGLE.
- CVE-2021-30629: Use after free in Permissions.
- CVE-2021-30630: Inappropriate implementation in Blink .
- CVE-2021-30631: Type Confusion in Blink layout.
- CVE-2021-30632: Out of bounds write in V8.
- CVE-2021-30633: Use after free in Indexed DB API
Google warned it “is aware that exploits for CVE-2021-30632 and CVE-2021-30633 exist in the wild.”
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