19 September 2013

Google Chrome 29.0.1547.76 FINAL

 The new version of Google Chrome 29.0.1547.76 roll out today. In totally unrelated news, guess what makes Gooogle think after the iOS7 mainstream.

People are quite happy to use Google Chrome as their default browser. In Windows operating system, it seems that Internet Explorer is the first choice that users want to use.

And it seems that Internet Explorer something like a downloader to sort of browsers (especially Google Chrome). Maybe, it should be named as Internet Downloader instead. :)

So what's new about the update 29.0.1547.76 ?

Google Updated
Google Updated
Google Chrome has been hailed to be light and fast speed browser. Chrome has a sleek and minimal design which more people feel loved and satisfied.

Additionally, Chrome has a tab-driven and user-friendly interface. However, there is no PERFECT system. Chrome also experiences crashes.

Whats new with the Chrome? 
  • Search Doodle
  • It displays App Page icon in the bookmark bar
  • Recently closed tabs
  • Omnibox improvement
  • Speed(loads web pages in a nap)
  • Runs complex web applications
  • Security Measures(built-in malware and phishing protection)
  • Lots of stability features

Google Chrome 29.0.1547.76 FINAL
Google Chrome 29.0.1547.76 FINAL
Google Chrome mixes simple yet user-friendly, innovative, and has a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier to use.
  • Simple
  • Secured
  • Useful extensions, translation, themes

Google Chrome 29.0.1547.76 for Windows, Mac, & Linux
Fixes:
    • [288935] Flash Player does not work in Metro mode
    • [278370] Unable to submit client certificates over TLS 1.2 from Windows
    • [278940] Canvas loses ability to render, is blank even if page reloaded
Security Fixes:
    • [$1337] [181617] High CVE-2013-2900: Incomplete path sanitization in file handling. Credit to Krystian Bigaj.
    • [$500] [254159] Low CVE-2013-2905: Information leak via overly broad permissions on shared memory files. Credit to Christian Jaeger.
    • [$1337] [257363] High CVE-2013-2901: Integer overflow in ANGLE. Credit to Alex Chapman.
    • [$1000] [260105] High CVE-2013-2902: Use after free in XSLT. Credit to cloudfuzzer.
    • [$1000] [260156] High CVE-2013-2903: Use after free in media element. Credit to cloudfuzzer.
    • [$1000] [260428] High CVE-2013-2904: Use after free in document parsing. Credit to cloudfuzze.
More changes available here: SVN log

Source: TechSpot
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