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Google fixes Chrome zero-day actively exploited in the wild

Google has addressed an actively exploited zero-day security vulnerability in the Chrome 88.0.4324.150 version released today, February 4th, 2020, to the Stable desktop channel for Windows, Mac, and Linux users.

Google’s new release of Chrome 85 Fixes 10 Bugs

Recently, Google released a new version of Chrome 85. for Windows, Mac, and Linux, in which Google fixed nearly 10 security bugs

KDE archive tool flaw let hackers take over Linux accounts

A vulnerability exists in the default KDE extraction utility called ARK that allows attackers to overwrite files or execute code on victim's computers simply by tricking them into downloading an archive and extracting it. 

New BootHole flaw affects billions of Linux and Windows computers

A newly discovered flaw in Secure Boot affects almost all Linux distros and Windows devices that leverage the UEFI boot tech. If the flow is exploited, attackers can gain full control of the system.

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