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Google Updates Chrome 13 for 11 Flaws

Aug 24, 2011, 11:00 (0 Talkback[s])
Five of the high impact flaws are use-after-free issues where memory is improperly retained after a process is completed. The used memory can then be leveraged by an attacker to potentially inject malicious code. Use-after-free issues were found in line box handling, counter nodes, custom fonts, libxml XPath handling and text searching.

The other high impact flaws include an out-of-bounds write in Chrome's v8 JavaScript engine. There is also a high impact integer overflow issue in uniform arrays.

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