Google has published the details of another unpatched Windows security flaw, as per the company’s Project Zero program policy that discloses vulnerabilities still not fixed 90 days after the vendor is notified.

This time, the vulnerability is a type confusion in a module in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer, with Google engineer Ivan Fratric publishing a proof of concept that can crash the browsers, opening the door for potential attackers to gain administrator privileges on the affected systems.

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Google Discloses Another Unpatched Windows Vulnerability, Edge Users at Risk