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Critical Security Update Released for Google Chrome
Chrome 8.0.552.334 was released as a security update for the stable channel of Google's increasingly popular browser and contains fixes for a flurry of vulnerabilities.
In total, there were sixteen security issues patched, two of which were rated with medium risk, thirteen with high and one with critical.
The critical flaw is a stale pointer in speech handling and its discovery is credited to regular Chrome security contributor Sergey Glazunov.
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