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14 Important Chromium Use-After-Free, Type Confusion Bugs Fixed
Fourteen important vulnerabilities have been discovered in Chromium, including multiple use-after-free and type confusion bugs. With a low attack complexity and a high confidentiality, integrity and availability impact, these issues have received a National Vulnerability Database severity rating of “High”.
These vulnerabilities could allow a remote attacker to potentially exploit heap corruption via a crafted PDF file or a crafted HTML page.
An update for Chromium that fixes these severe vulnerabilities has been released. We strongly recommend that all impacted users apply the Chromium updates issued by their distro(s) now to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of their systems.
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