Establishing Digital Trust: Don't Sacrifice Security for Convenience
Google has patched seven security flaws in the latest version of its Chrome browser.
"Six of the bugs fixed in Chrome are rated high, with just one listed as critical," writes Threatpost's Dennis Fisher. "The company paid out $10,000 in bounties for the bugs it fixed in this release."
"The one critical vulnerability fixed in the browser is a memory corruption bug in the shader translator in Chrome," Fisher writes.
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