August 20, 2010
Google Patches 10 Chrome Browser Security Holes,
Google said on Thursday that it patched ten security holes in its Chrome Web browser. The company also paid out more than $10,000 in bounties to security researchers who reported the holes.
The updates, released as Chrome 5.0.375.127, include fixes for two critical vulnerabilities and a work around for another critical vulnerability in a third party component that affects Chrome