Google this week introduced multiple security fixes for the desktop edition of its Chrome browser and Mozilla has also done the same for Firefox and Firefox Extended Support Release.
Google's stable channel update to version 83.0.4103.97 for Windows, Mac, and Linux has patched six bugs, four of which were rated high in severity. The most significant of the bunch, CVE-2020-6493, is use after-free-flaw in WebAuthentication that earned a $20,000 bug bounty for an anonymous researcher.
The three other fixed high-severity bugs were described as an incorrect security user interface in payments, insufficient policy enforcement in developer tools, and a use-after-free vulnerability in payments.
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