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Google has rolled out security updates for the Chrome web browser to address a high-severity zero-day flaw that it said has been exploited in the wild.

The vulnerability, assigned the CVE identifier CVE-2023-7024, has been described as a heap-based buffer overflow bug in the WebRTC framework that could be exploited to result in program crashes or arbitrary code execution.

Clément Lecigne and Vlad Stolyarov of Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) have been credited with discovering and reporting the flaw.

No other details about the security defect have been released to prevent further abuse, with Google acknowledging that “an exploit for CVE-2023-7024 exists in the wild.”

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