Second Chrome zero-day liability patched by Google

Chrome zero day

Google announced the launch of a security update for the Chrome web browser users that helped patch ten security issues. It included a zero-day liability that is being actively exploited on the web. The liability is tagged as CVE-2020-16009. It was detected by Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG), who was tasked with identifying threat actors and the operations.

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No official declarations about the zero-day attack and responsible group’s details have been made. This lets Chrome clients install the updates with more time and prevents other hackers from creating similar breach tactics based on the same zero-day process. Google revealed that the liability was present in the V8 Chrome component.

Source: zdnet