In July 1, Avast Threat Intelligence Team discovered and reported a chrome security loophole.
This CVE-2022-2294 security vulnerability involves Chrome Web Real-Time Communication about Heap Overflow errors. This error can lead to a serious Denial-OF-Service (DOS) attack. Detailed causes of loopholes are not disclosed due to security reasons.
Google also took action quickly to launch updates for Chrome to repair this security loophole.
The following critical security fix has been included in this release.
[$TBD] High CVE-2022-2294: Heap buffer overflow in WebRTC. Reported by Jan Vojtesek from the Avast Threat Intelligence Team on 2022-07-01
Google Is Aware that An Exploit for CVE-2022-2294 Exist in the Wild.
Chrome desktop version (Windows, Linux) can be downloaded and installed updated. Version V103.0506.114, while Android devices can be downloaded and updated to 103.0.5060.71. On the Android device, you can set \\u0026#8220 in Chrome; check the version of the version of Chrome \\u0026#8221; if it is 103.0.5060.71, it is recommended to download and install the new version immediately at Play Store.
Source: Chrome Releases Blog
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