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Security researchers expose another instance of Chrome patch gapping

Security researchers have found another instance of “patch gapping” in the Google Chrome browser that could have been abused by hackers to develop exploits and launch attacks against Chrome users days before a patch would have been readily available for everyone.


“Patch gapping” is a relatively new technical term that is used to describe gaps in the patching process of software that relies on open-source components.

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