Google has patched a huge number of security vulnerabilities in its Chrome browser, fixing 11 high-severity flaws. The release of Chrome 24 also includes patches for a number of other lower-priority vulnerabilities. Read More ..
Chrome 24 is a major security update from Google and there are several bugs fixed in this version that should make it an immediate upgrade for most users. The most serious vulnerabilities patched in the newest version of the browser include a pair of use-after-free bugs. Both of those flaws earned the researchers who reported them $1,000 rewards from Google. Another high-risk flaw, a same-origin bypass, was discovered by a pair of researchers from Facebook and resulted in a $4,000 bug bounty.