Google patches *critical* Chrome code execution flaws

Posted on Tuesday, September 09, 2008 @ 11:46:00 PDT in Internet
by Raven

From ZDNet Blogs
The first security patch for Google’s new Chrome browser is out, fixing at least two “critical” vulnerabilities that put Windows users at risk of code execution attacks.

The patch, which is rolled out automatically via Chrome’s auto-update feature, also addresses two additional security vulnerabilities — the carpet-bombing issue and a denial-of-service flaw that could lead to browser crashes and data loss.

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