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    This is a misleading headline.

    From the linked article

    “If an attacker can control this memory after the free, there is an opportunity to corrupt more data, potentially leading to code execution.”

    (my emphasis)

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      This entire write-up is pretty bad. There is little technical information, contains a number of spelling errors, has awkward and confusing grammar.

      The original announcements it links is better, and also contains a link to actual technical details.