Google has patched 11 security holes in Chrome as Apple released Safari 5, the latest version of its WebKit rival. The patch for Chrome 5.0.375.70 on Linux, Mac and Windows is the first fix for Google's browser since the stable versions of the Mac and Linux editions were announced. Google has fixed nine high-level …
I've no idea when this patch was released but I've just checked my browser and it's already running the updated version.
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The best customer is one whose Chrome updates automatically, as they'll automatically get whatever code Google (accidentally, of course) includes in the latest version.
Were any of the fixed holes more than 5 days old?
And if they were, did Google post exploit code after 5 days?
How is it Chrome is already on version 5 only 20 months after release? Were the initial versions really that crap? Having said which, I used the initial release for about a day before deciding it was rubbish.
Should probably install it them :)
I got Chrome when it was released and honestly was not impressed. I'm quite happy with Safari in my Mac, but I'll give the Chore a second chance ;)
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