CVE-2022-1479 An attacker can exploit heap corruption in Google Chrome before 101.0.4951.41 to get remote access.

CVE-2022-1479 An attacker can exploit heap corruption in Google Chrome before 101.0.4951.41 to get remote access.

This issue was fixed in version 49.0.4109.92. Note: This issue was initially reported as fixed in version 49.0.4109.75, but upon further inspection, it was determined that the fix in that version did not actually fix the issue. A fix for this issue was merged into the next major version, 49.0.4109.92. —> End users are advised to upgrade to the latest version. How to Upgrade Click here for instructions. Issue Notes This issue is only exploitable if the victim is using a vulnerable version of the browser. It cannot be exploited over a network.

CVE-2023-1480

This issue was fixed in version 49.0.4109.92. Note: This issue was initially reported as fixed in version 49.0.4109.75, but upon further inspection, it was determined that the fix in that version did not actually fix the issue. A fix for this issue was merged into the next major version, 49.0.4109.92
---> End users are advised to upgrade to the latest version of Chrome

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CVE-2022: ZSL crashes when using CSS filters, gradients and alpha -transparency

This issue was fixed in version 49.0.4109.92.

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