(LiveHacking.Com) – Google has released a new version of its Chrome browser (23.0.1271.95) just three days after releasing the previous version. This new update is a purely security related release and it fixes two high rated security vulnerabilities.
In Google speak, High means that the vulnerability could let an attacker read or modify confidential data belonging to other web sites. Also vulnerabilities that interfere with browser security features are also high severity.
The first vulnerability fixed, found by Jüri Aedla of the Google Chrome Security Team, was a bug in file path handling. The second, found by Pinkie Pie, was a use-after-free in media source handling. Pinkie Pie’s bug earned the researcher $7331.