Google Chrome High-Severity Zero-Day Flaw Exploited in The Wild

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Actively exploited Chrome zero-day vulnerability that allows attackers to execute an arbitrary code to take full control of the system remotely using the exploit that exists in the Wild. In response to the active exploit of an open high-severity zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2022-4262) in the Chrome web browser, Google has released an emergency security patch to address the issue. Since the beginning of the year, Chrome has patched a total of nine zero-day vulnerabilities, including this one that was exploited in the wild.

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