The newest version of the Chrome browser addresses 15 vulnerabilities.
"In total, there were six high-risk, seven medium-risk and two low-risk vulnerabilities patched in Chrome 16," writes PCWorld's Lucian Constantin.
"Seven of them were discovered by Chromium developers and members of the Chrome and Google Security Teams, while the rest were found by external researchers who earned $6,000 through the Chromium Security Reward program for their reports," Constantin writes.
Go to "Chrome 16 Fixes High, Medium-risk Vulnerabilities" to read the details.
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