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Google patches six Chrome bugs

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 26 Mar 2011 20:11

Google patches six Chrome bugs Google has pushed out an update for its Chrome browser addressing some serious bugs.
The Chrome stable and beta channels have been updated to 10.0.648.204 for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame. The update addresses some performance and stability issues in the browser, and includes six security fixes. Additionally, support for the password manager has been added on Linux.

Security fixes include..
  • [72517] High CVE-2011-1291: Buffer error in base string handling.
  • [73216] High CVE-2011-1292: Use-after-free in the frame loader.
  • [73595] High CVE-2011-1293: Use-after-free in HTMLCollection.
  • [74562] High CVE-2011-1294: Stale pointer in CSS handling.
  • [74991] High CVE-2011-1295: DOM tree corruption with broken node parentage.
  • [75170] High CVE-2011-1296: Stale pointer in SVG text handling.
More information is available on the update from here.

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