14 Vulnerabilities Fixed in Chrome 23
Chrome 23 has been released and besides the significant feature improvements, Google has also addressed a number of 14 vulnerabilities to ensure that their customers are protected against potential cyberattacks.
The high-severity security holes fixed in Chrome 23 include a use-after-free in SVG filter handling, an Integer bounds check problem in GPU command buffer, a use-after-free in video layout, a memory corruption in texture handling, a bad write in v8, and an issue with a buggy graphics driver that only affects Macs.
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