CVE-2022-0808 An attacker who convinces a user to perform tasks could exploit heap corruption to gain privileges.

CVE-2022-0808 An attacker who convinces a user to perform tasks could exploit heap corruption to gain privileges.

This issue has been fixed.

After loading a page with a history of user interaction, a remote attacker can convince a user to follow a sequence of actions to trigger this vulnerability. An example of such an action sequence is as follows:

Open a new tab.

Open a new window.

Open a new tab.

Save the current state of the previous tab.

Clicking on a link in the previous tab will trigger this vulnerability.

This issue has been fixed in the latest Chromium release.

After loading a page with a history of user interaction, a remote attacker can convince a user to follow a sequence of actions to trigger heap corruption. An example of such an action sequence is as follows:

Open a new tab.

Open a new window.

Open a new tab.

Save the current state of the previous tab.

Clicking on a link in the previous tab will trigger heap corruption.

This issue has been fixed in the latest Chromium release.

After loading a page with a history of user interaction, a remote attacker can convince a user to follow a sequence of actions to trigger heap corruption. An example of such an action sequence is as follows:

Open a new tab.

Open a new window.

Open a new tab.

Save the current state of the previous tab.

Clicking on a link in the previous tab will

This vulnerability has been fixed in the latest Chromium release .

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This issue has been fixed.

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