Google applies patch to nasty Chrome vulns
Heal thy bleeding sores
Google has pushed out a patch for two severe vulns found in its Chrome browser.
The patch additionally closes a security hole on pages carrying XML-encoded information that could cause a browser tab to crash, allowing an attacker to run arbitrary code within the sandbox.
The company's engineering program manager Jonathan Conradt noted in a blog post that details of the vulns won't be released by Google until "a majority of users are up to date with the fix."
Additionally the patch fixes a medium-rated flaw in the browser. ®
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