Google launches Chrome 24 with security fixes

Summary:Google launched Chrome 24 with a bevy of security fixes, an update for Flash, support fro MathML and more speed.

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Google launched Chrome 24 with a bevy of security fixes, an update for Flash, support fro MathML and more speed.

The details on Chrome's release page features "security fixes and rewards." There's a good bit of the former.

Eleven of the security fixes were deemed "high." Many of the fixes revovled around PDF, JavaScript and the V8 browser engine.

Google's overview features the full list of fixes.

On the feature side of the Chrome equation, Google added support for MathML, a markup language used for HTML documents to make math content visual. MathML is supported in Firefox and Safari too.

Topics: Networking, Browser, Enterprise Software, Google

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