[HackerNews] Google Details iOS, Chrome, IE Zero-Day Flaws Exploited Recently in the Wild

Threat intelligence researchers from Google on Wednesday shed more light on four in-the-wild zero-days in Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer browsers that were exploited by malicious actors in different campaigns since the start of the year.
What’s more, three of the four zero-days were engineered by commercial providers and sold to and used by government-backed actors, contributing to an

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