Google Updates Chrome for Security, IE

Thursday Jun 10th 2010 by Datamation.com Staff
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Google offers new release to patch 11 security holes and a beta which allows Internet Explorer users to run Chrome in a frame.

eSecurity Planet: Google has announced the availability of two new releases for its Chrome browser. The first is a security patch that fixes 11 vulnerabilities, including nine considered "highly critical." Google will also pay security researchers $2,500 for finding the problems in the browser.

The second release is a beta version of Chrome Frame, which allows Internet Explorer users to run Chrome as a frame within the other browser.

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