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[HackerNews] Update‌ ‌Your Chrome Browser to Patch Yet Another 0-Day Exploit‌ed ‌in‌-the‌-Wild

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Google has rolled out yet another update to Chrome browser for Windows, Mac, and Linux to fix four security vulnerabilities, including one zero-day flaw that’s being exploited in the wild. Tracked as CVE-2021-30554, the high severity flaw concerns a use after free vulnerability in WebGL (aka Web Graphics Library), a JavaScript API for rendering interactive 2D and 3D […]

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Public Windows PrintNightmare 0-day exploit allows domain takeover www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/public-windows-printnightmare-0-day-exploit-allows-domain-takeover/ Another vulnerability, CVE-2021-1675 also regarding Print Spooler, was fixed in the Microsoft June update. Researchers from Chinese security company Sangfor, decided to release their writeup and demo exploit called PrintNightmareand believed to release information about the same issue. As it turns out PrintNightmare is not the […]

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Linux SUDO Bug Lets You Run Commands as Root, Most Installs Unaffected www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/linux/linux-sudo-bug-lets-you-run-commands-as-root-most-installs-unaffected/ A vulnerability in the Linux sudo command has been discovered that could allow unprivileged users to execute commands as root. Thankfully, this vulnerability only works in non-standard configurations and most Linux servers are unaffected. Building China’s Comac C919 airplane involved a lot […]

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