Google Releases Chrome 5 Updates

Author: Bradford Schmidt
Published: June 10, 2010 at 3:13 pm

In its ongoing quest to be a part of everything you do online (alright, yeah, I'm cracking wise, but they do want a piece of everything, even if Chrome IS a great browser), Google has released Chrome 5.0.375.70 (man that's getting old) to the Stable channel for Mac, Windows and Linux.

Fixes included security issues that include cross-origin keystroke redirection, cross-origin bypass in DOM methods, and memory erros in the table layout (the latter two earned two coders prizes in the form of real cash money). You can read all about it on the Chrome blog.

If you haven't already had it pushed out to you, check under wrench icon, then select About Google Chrome - if you haven't updated, you'll have the opportunity to at that point.

Go on now, check...


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