The Moscow Tagansky Court fined Google 800 thousand rubles for publishing information whose distribution is prohibited in the Russian Federation. writes about this TASS.
We are talking about information that is prohibited for exhibition in the Russian Federation in accordance with Part 2 of Art. 13.50 Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation – on the production of drugs, methods of suicide and pornographic materials with minors. The relevant video was published on YouTube.
It was initially announced that Google faced a fine of up to 4 million rubles.
Before this Google corrected It identified the vulnerability in Chrome and urged users to update their browsers.
The update received seven security fixes, but the most significant is CVE-2023-6345, which relates to an integer overflow issue in the Skia 2D graphics library used in Chrome and other Google services such as Chrome OS, Android, and Flutter. This vulnerability allows attackers to execute arbitrary code on the computer when a user opens a private web page in Chrome. So a hacker can take full control of the system, steal or delete data, install malware and much more.
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