CVE-2019-5786 FileReader vulnerabilities spots on the Chrome

Zero-hour CVE-2019-5786 Vulnerability founds: Update Chrome  “Zero-day” vulnerability was found on the Google Chrome. It was discovered late February by a Cyber Security researcher, Clement Lecigne, from Google Threat Analysis Group. This high risk in the Chrome was tracked as CVE-2019-5786, which could impact on major operating systems such as Windows, Apple, macOS and Linux. By this vulnerability, the attackers managed to control the target computer. Fortunately, it has been fixed. The users are now urged to update their Chrome to the latest version to avoid the attack. The Cyber security researcher about CVE-2019-5786  Lecigine not said much of about the technical details about the vulnerability. They only said that CVE-2019-5786, a user-after-free vulnerability occurs in the FileReader (API) component of the target Browser.  The FileReader is something that allows web applications to read the contents stored on a computer. Google Confirmed the Zero-day vulnerability was active and was exploited Read more