Nearly all Google Chrome security bugs involve memory flaws

The vast majority of all security bugs found in Google Chrome are related to memory management, the company’s researchers have declared.

Following an analysis of over 900 high/critical security bugs found on the Stable channel since 2015, Google’s engineers have confirmed that around 70 per cent of these pertain to memory management and safety.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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