Chrome Upgrade Fixes XSS Vulnerability

Kara Reeder

Google has released a new version of Chrome to patch a bug that affects Google's mainstream stable version of the browser. According to CNET News, version 1.0.154.59 fixes a cross-site scripting vulnerability discovered by Roi Saltzman of the IBM Rational Application Security Research Group.

 

Users should receive the update automatically, or you can download it here.

 

The Chrome upgrade comes a day after Mozilla released an upgrade to fix a dozen bugs in Firefox.



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