Google Chrome fixes browser engine flaws
The latest version of Google Chrome needs to be patched to close two security holes, with one described as high risk.
The first fix is for a WebKit memory corruption issue that Google has rated as highly severe. A user visiting a malicious website could have lead to a tab crash or a hacker running code in the Google Chrome sandbox.
The second fix is rated as medium in severity, and is for a WebKit drag and drop information leak, which could lead to the disclosure of sensitive information when content was dragged over a malicious web page.
In May, Google released Chrome 2. It claimed that this version was much faster and more stable.
Microsoft also recently patched up different versions of Internet Explorer, while Apple released Safari 4.0 out of beta.
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