In the new stable release of the Chrome browser, Google has fixed three security vulnerabilities affecting the V8 engine, including one zero-day with an existing exploit.
“Google is aware of reports that an exploit for CVE-2024-0519 exists in the wild,” the Chrome team says.
The other two V8 engine flaws patched in this latest version of Chrome for Mac, Linux and Windows and Android are CVE-2024-0517 and CVE-2024-0518.
Chrome users that have set Chrome to update automatically don’t need to take action, but those who update it manually should do it as soon as possible.
Since Microsoft Edge is based on Chromium, Microsoft has announced they are working on releasing a security patch.