Google patches critical and high flaws with new Chrome version
Google Chrome 5.0.375.127 has been released to the Stable Channel on Windows, Mac, and Linux, and fixes the following security issues:
-  Critical Memory corruption with file dialog
-  Memory corruption with SVGs
-  Bad cast with text editing
-  Possible address bar spoofing with history bug
-   Memory corruption in MIME type handling
-  Crash on shutdown due to notifications bug
-  Stop omnibox autosuggest if the user might be about to type a password
-  Memory corruption with Ruby support
-  Memory corruption with Geolocation support.
Most of the vulnerabilities have been rated high and critical, and researchers have been awarded from $500 to $2000 for their discovery.