Google has shipped a high-priority Chrome browser patch with fixes for three security vulnerabilities that expose users to cross-site scripting and data theft attacks.Google Chrome’s beta and stable channels have been updated to version to mitigate an issue with the Adobe Reader plug-in (two separate vulnerabilities) and to fix a bug in the V8 JavaScript engine could allow bypassing same-origin checks.
The release notes can be seen at Chromium Developer Documentation

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