Friday, September 17, 2010

Stable, Beta Channel Updates

Google Chrome has been updated to 6.0.472.62 for Windows, Linux and Mac on the Stable channel. In addition, all of the above plus Chrome Frame have been updated on the Beta channel.


Along with the security fixes listed below, this version includes an updated version of the Flash Plugin with a fix for a security vulnerability.

Security fixes and rewards
Please see
the Chromium security page for more detail. Note that the referenced bugs may be kept private until a majority of our users are up to date with the fix.
  • [$500] [55114] High Bad cast with malformed SVG. Credit to wushi of team 509.
  • [55119] Critical Buffer mismanagement in the SPDY protocol. Credit to Ron Ten-Hove of Google.
  • [$1000] [55350] High Cross-origin property pollution. Credit to Stefano Di Paola of MindedSecurity.
More details about additional changes are available in the SVN revision log.  If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug. Want to change to another Chrome release channel - find out how.


Jason Kersey
Google Chrome

21 comments:

Cristian said...

Thank you !... I like this updates

PC SOPORTE TECNICO said...

This is great. Adobe Flash Player vulnerability is fixed in this update.

Dwight (Monty) Stegall said...

I would like to see a 64-bit Chrome for Windows now that we have a 64-bit Flash Player.

Martin said...

I have one feature request:

When you save any password on page and it will be next time prefilled in field, this field has a yellow background highlight. Problem is when this field in origin had a dark background color and light font color so when it become yellow highlighted font color stays light and its unreadable (imagine white font on light yellow background).

So when chrome has to change background color of prefilled field, it might also change the font color.

ncspz said...

the SVG module will make google bankrupt.

Battlefield Tinganes said...

Google Motion chart doesn't render in 6.0.472.62 - or not in my case.

http://code.google.com/apis/visualization/documentation/gallery/motionchart.html#Example

Çiogo said...

I would like to see a 64-bit Chrome for Windows now that we have a 64-bit Flash Player. [2]

fastharry™ said...

are we ever going to get toolbar so I can save bookmarks for one PC to another?

Stephen said...

THEY SHOULD MAKE GOOGLE CHROME 64 BIT BECAUSE FLASH PLAYER 64 IS COOKING

Kay S.T. said...

@fastharry just go to Options -> Personal Stuff (Tab) -> and select Synchronize Bookmarks (Top). Do this with all you other pc's and you are fine

LZSaver said...

Strange! I can not install this version! ChromeSetup.exe crashes! (

WALT in the Smokies said...

To: Jason Kersey
We need some way to import our Bookmarks from another browser into CHROME.... I would imagine you're working on that.

W. Rice
smokeymtn33@gmail.com

William said...

We need Chrome 7 stable with hardware acceleration!!!

Thanks for all your hard work! =]

yehrite69 said...

This update will not work with 64 bit Windows 7, and I can't load a previous version.
I guess I have to go back to Firefox.
/begin sarcasm Thumbs up Google. /end sarcasm.

Maybe I will try again when you remove the bug you added to this update.

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Shadow said...

No plans of adding multi-user functionality? Like Chrome asking us to choose one profile or another? Because we have to desynchronize bookmarks, delete history, not saving passwords and so on everytime we disconnect.

Doru Dragan said...

I profoundly dislike Google policy of updating its products without user consent. As much as I like some (most) of Google products I would decide to discontinue using them if Google does not change this.

boobl said...

Hello. It appears that ChromeStandaloneSetup.exe is not working anymore.
Instead, it shows a nasty `Unknown Installer Error' window and does nothing else!
This case was tested on Windows 7 x64 both Administrator and non-Administrator accounts, and also on Windows XP SP2 x32.
I demand fix of that horrible mistake as I uninstalled previous version of Chrome and can't have my web browsed by it no more.

Wes said...

Oh, thank you guys for fixing Canary.

ConcernedParent said...

Looking for release notes for 472.63. All I see are notes about 472.62.

Manish said...

yups, me too running 472.63 but no release notes for same..