Microsoft Discovers A Remote Security Error In Chrome

Technology Nov 10, 2017 No Comments

Windows security team of Microsoft has found an isolated security error in Google Chrome that can be used by attackers. “Our detection of ‘CVE-2017-5121’ represents that it is likely to discover tenuously useable vulnerabilities in today’s browsers. Relative lack of RCE (remote code execution) mitigations of Chrome represents the path to exploitation from memory corruption bug,” claimed member of the Offensive Security Research team at Microsoft, Jordan Rabet, to the media in an interview late last week.

Microsoft Discovers A Remote Security Error In Chrome

“Process of Chrome for servicing vulnerabilities can lead to the public revelation of data for safety errors before fixes are delivered to users,” Rabet further added. As per a report last week, Google straight away posted the solution for the remote error on a website. “While the solution for this problem does not eliminate the vulnerability, as per Microsoft, which has not been always the case. Microsoft thinks that a solution must be implied prior to they are open in public,” the report further added.

The Microsoft–Google competition over safety errors in their goods is not fresh. In 216, Google revealed a huge Windows bug prior to Microsoft was prepared to patch it. “It aggravated the firm so much that Terry Myerson, chief of Windows, wrote a blog post criticizing Google for not responsibly revealing safety vulnerabilities,” The Verge reported. After experimenting the newest “Fall Creators Update” of Windows 10 over the last 6 Months, Microsoft has now rolled out the newest iteration to protect more than 500 Million devices of Windows 10 all over the world, beginning with latest devices first.

Microsoft needs consumers to keep their software updated so as to prevent one more series of lethal cyber assaults such as WannaCrypt that affected PCs all over the world that were operating an outdated software of Microsoft. New ransomware families such as “Petya” and “WannaCrypt” aimed at outdated operating systems of Windows and made havoc all over the globe, comprising at some areas in India. Now, with the certified rollout of “Fall Creators” update of Windows 10, Microsoft needs to remain one step in front in preventing and identifying security threats.

Tushar Imade