Google Chrome 5.0.375.70 out the door

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Date: Thursday, June 10th, 2010, 04:50
Category: News, Software

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Google Chrome, Google’s new web browser, just reached version 5.0.375.70 for the Mac. The new version, an 25.2 megabyte download, offers the following the following changes:

– Medium: Cross-origin keystroke redirection. Credit to Michal Zalewski of Google Security Team.

– High Cross-origin bypass in DOM methods. Credit to Sergey Glazunov.

– High: Memory error in table layout. Credit to wushi of team509.

– High: Linux sandbox escape. Credit to Mark Dowd under contract to Google Chrome Security Team.

– High: Bitmap stale pointer. Credit to Mark Dowd under contract to Google Chrome Security Team.

– High: Memory corruption in DOM node normalization. Credit to Mark Dowd under contract to Google Chrome Security Team.

– High: Memory corruption in text transforms. Credit to wushi of team509.

– Medium: XSS in inner HTML property of text area. Credit to sirdarckcat of Google Security Team.

– High: Memory corruption in font handling. Credit: Apple.

– High: Geolocation events fire after document deletion. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Justin Schuh).

– High: Memory corruption in rendering of list markers. Credit: Apple.

Google Chrome requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later and an Intel-based Mac to install and run.

If you’ve played with it and have an opinion, let us know what you think in the comments.

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