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On October 31, 2019, Google released security updates for the Chrome browser to mitigate an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability . CVE-2019-13720 is a use-after-free vulnerability in the Chrome audio component. If exploited, use-after-free vulnerabilities may allow for various multiple malicious actions. Due to the reports of active exploitation of CVE-2019-13720, users are recommended to upgrade to the most recent version of Chrome as soon as possible.
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Details on CVE-2019-13720 remain minimal as Google is holding onto information until users have time to update. Kaspersky identified the zero-day vulnerability and has released some additional details regarding attacks in the wild .
A second vulnerability, CVE-2019-13721, was also fixed in the most recent release of Chrome. CVE-2019-13721 is also a use-after-free vulnerability but there are currently no reports of exploitation in the wild.
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