Monday, September 8, 2008

Google Chrome started to adding patches within 1st week of launch

The most hyped browser (Chrome) from Google started to add security patches within 3-4 days of its launch. The known vulnerabilities are

vulnerability in handling long file names,

vulnerability in dealing with the Web site addresses displayed in Chrome's status area when the user hovers over a link.

Other issues are
JavaScript problem with Facebook
problem suggesting search terms while using various Web sites;
and data-transer issues with the Safe Browsing mode.

You can find and follow all updates, patches and news related to Chrome on this blog (Google Chrome Releases blog) of Mark Larson, a Google Chrome program manager

1 comments:

Michael Wong 38 said...

Hi there, a while ago we had talked about exchanging blogroll links.

I was supposed to get back to you after I linked to your blog so you could link back.

I linked to your blog already. When you have some time, please link back ok?

cheers, michael wong at:

http://bigmoneylist.blogspot.com/