Google has pushed out an update for its Chrome browser that lances two vulnerabilities, one of which it defines as critical. The critical flaw involves a failure to properly validate input from a renderer (tab) process. Successful exploitation of the flaw might allow the injection of hostile code onto vulnerable systems, hence …
You sure that version number is correct? Mine's at 22.214.171.124 already. Maybe I've missed the point.
Not completely silent. This morning the 'Google Chrome is not your default browser..." prompt popped up, which somehow slipped into the security update...
Version 2.xx is the beta, version 1.xx is the current "stable" release (yeah, amazing, something from Google that ISN'T a beta!)
Clarification on Chrome versions
There are two releases of Chrome, a stable version and a developer version. If it's version 2.x then it's currently the developer version.
More information on current versions and changes can be found at the following link;
@Ben Hutchings RE: Version oddness
Are you sure you've not been dicking about with the Google Chrome Channel Changer?
there should be "like it" vote on Register... I would click on your comment for sure, pretty funny
Another new version already
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