Google yesterday updated the its browser for Windows, Mac and Linux machines, fixing two vulnerabilities, including one considered high in severity.
In a blog post, Google described the more serious bug as a "function signature mismatch" in WebAssembly binary language. The vulnerability has yet to be assigned a CVE number, but it did manage to fetch a $3,000 bug bounty for Kevin Cheung from Autodesk, who reported the problem.
A second, medium-severity bug consists of a URL spoofing condition in Chrome's Omnibox address bar, which was reported by evi1m0 of Bilibili Security Team.
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