ANSI warns of a very critical vulnerability

The National Computer Security Agency (ANSI) has published a highly critical vulnerability that has been discovered in the Google Chrome web browser.

In its warning, ANSI specifies that “the exploitation of this flaw could allow a remote attacker, by encouraging his victim to visit a web page specially designed and published on the web, to execute arbitrary code”.

Arbitrary code execution, which refers to an attacker’s ability to execute any command or code of his choice on a target machine or in a target process, will result in a loss of user confidentiality and integrity, ANSI warns in a press release.

The agency thus invited Internet users to update Chrome with version 108.0.5359.94, for Mac, Linux and Windows, and 108.0.5359.79 for Android.


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