Security & Privacy

Google Closes Six Security Holes with Chrome Update

Posted on December 11th, 2012 by

The Google team has updated its Chrome web browser to version 23.0.1271.97 for Mac and other operating systems, fixing multiple high-level vulnerabilities. Google awarded $4,500 in cash to the security researchers who provided information about the security holes covered in this software update. This build fixes six vulnerabilities altogether and also has a new version of Adobe Flash. You can find the security details for Flash Player here.

The following flaws were fixed in this latest version of Google Chrome:

Google’s Chrome browser updates automatically, or you can download Google Chrome to install the newest version.

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