Google has just released a new stable version of Chrome, upgrading to version 10.0.658.205.
According to Martin Brinkmann at ghacks.net (full article here), “[...]
The release is a security update that fixes vulnerabilities in all versions of the web browser. Most notably, it includes an early fix for the Adobe Flash vulnerability that has been confirmed by Adobe earlier this week.
Three additional security vulnerabilities are fixed in the latest Google Chrome Stable version. One of the fixed issues is only affecting Chrome on Windows, while the remaining are affected all versions of the Chrome browser.
- [Windows only]  Critical CVE-2011-1300: Off-by-three in GPU process.
-  Critical CVE-2011-1301: Use-after-free in the GPU process.
-  Critical CVE-2011-1302: Heap overflow in the GPU process.
All three vulnerabilities have received a critical rating, the highest possible rating. The Adobe Flash vulnerability was rated critical by Adobe, which means four critical vulnerabilities have been fixed in total in the latest version of Google Chrome.
Google Chrome users can download the latest version of the web browser from the officialGoogle Chrome download page, or with an in-browser update.[...]“.
Also Google sometime is loosing some bugs in their releases…
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