Google Chrome 126 update addresses multiple high-severity flaws


Google has issued a Chrome 126 security update, addressing six vulnerabilities, including a flaw, tracked as CVE-2024-6100 which was demonstrated during the SSD Secure Disclosure’s TyphoonPWN 2024. TyphoonPWN is a live hacking competition held annually at TyphoonCon, an Offensive Security Conference in Seoul, South Korea.

The vulnerability is a high-severity type confusion issue in the V8 script engine that was reported by Seunghyun Lee (@0x10n) participating in SSD Secure Disclosure’s TyphoonPWN 2024 on 2024-06-04

Lee received a $20,000 bug bounty reward for reporting the issue.

Google also addressed the following issues: