✻ Multiple Vulnerabilities in Google Chrome
Multiple vulnerabilities have been identified in Google Chrome, whereby a remote attacker could potentially exploit these vulnerabilities to trigger a denial-of-service condition,
elevate privileges, execute remote code, and bypass security restrictions on the targeted system.
The primary vulnerability is the remote code execution vulnerability, which has been identified and tracked under CVE-2023-4863. This vulnerability could be exploited through a heap buffer overflow in WebP, potentially leading to arbitrary code execution and enabling attackers to perform denial-of-service attacks.
Apply fixes issued by the vendor by updating to the latest versions mentioned below:
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