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Google has released an urgent security update for Chrome to prevent exploitation of the eighth 2022 0-day in the browser. The release patches vulnerability CVE-2022-4135, a stack overflow issue.
Security researcher Chad Loder posted on Twitter that a database containing 5.4 million entries was currently being shared for free on a forum on the dark web.
The Spanish National Police has issued a statement reporting the success of an operation that has led to the dismantling of a criminal group that had defrauded a total of almost 300 victims of more than 12 million euros by phishing.
Forescout researchers have discovered three vulnerabilities in industrial automation products from the companies Festo and Codesys.
Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) has published the results of an investigation into an exploitation framework targeting already patched vulnerabilities in Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Defender that could deploy a payload in affected devices, in particular spyware.