Microsoft finds a remote security flaw in Chrome, Google fixes it
Monday, 23 October 2017 Microsofts Windows security team has discovered a remote security flaw in Google Chrome that can be exploited by hackers. “Our discovery of ‘CVE-2017-5121′ indicates that it is possible to find remotely exploitable vulnerabilities in modern browsers. Chrome’s relative lack of remote code execution (RCE) mitigations means the path from memory corruption bug to exploit can be a short one,” wrote Jordan Rabet, member of the Microsoft Offensive Security Research team, in a blog post late. “Chrome’s process for servicing vulnerabilities can result in the public disclosure of details for security flaws before fixes are pushed to customers,” Rabet added. According to an Engadget report on Friday, Google immediately posted the fix for the remote flaw on GitHub. “While the fix for this issue doesn’t out the
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