A high-severity vulnerability in Google’s Chrome web browser that is already being used in the wild has been patched by an emergency update.
According to the description of the zero-day, it affects Mojo, a Chrome component made up of a number of runtime libraries that enable messaging across inter- and intra-process borders. The high-severity security flaw, which is tracked as CVE-2022-3075, was discovered by an unnamed researcher. The bug bounty prize for the report has not yet been decided by Google.
The internet behemoth mentions in its advisory that a publicly available exploit for this vulnerability already exists, although it gives no further details on any reported exploitation attempts.
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