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Google Chrome update plugs score of security bugs

It's version 20 'cos it closes that many vulns

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

Google has updated its Chrome browser to address 20 vulnerabilities, none of which are deemed critical.

Chrome version 20 coincidentally covers patches for a score of security bugs, as listed here. Many of the fixed vulnerabilities involve "use-after-free" memory-related security bugs, some of which are rated as high risk.

Users of Chrome on all supported platforms (Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame) ought to review the cross-platform update. ®

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