Google recently released version 15.0.874.120 of its Chrome browser.

"The maintenance and security update to the WebKit-based browser upgrades the V8 JavaScript engine to version, addresses several vulnerabilities, and includes the recent Flash Player 11.1 release, which also closes critical security holes," The H Security reports.

"The Stable channel update fixes a total of five 'high-risk' bugs: a heap overflow in the Ogg Vorbis decoder, a double free issue in the Theora decoder and a memory corruption regression in VP8 decoding, as well as a use-after-free error and a buffer overflow in shader variable mapping," the article states.

Go to "Chrome 15 update closes holes, updates Flash" to read the details.

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