On September 12, Google released Chrome 117 for Windows, Linux, and Mac. This release includes fixes for 16 security issues as well as added features and updates. One of the issues even got an emergency fix on the 11th. CVE-2023-4863, a heap buffer overflow in WebP can allow a remote attacker to perform an out-of-bounds memory write via a crafted HTML page. This vulnerability is actively being exploited so it's important to ensure your users are running the latest Chrome versions.
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