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Critical Chromium Use After Free, Type Confusion Flaws Fixed
Four critical security vulnerabilities have been discovered in Chromium, including use after free bugs in Autofill payments, WebRTC and WebXR, and a type confusion flaw in V8.
These issues could allow a remote attacker to exploit heap corruption via a crafted HTML page.
An important update for Chromium that fixes these severe vulnerabilities is now available. We strongly encourage all impacted users to apply the Chromium updates issued by their distro(s) as soon as possible to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of their systems.
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