Google Updates Chrome to Fix Harmful Browser Flaw
Google updated Chrome this week, fixing a high-risk vulnerability that leaves outdated versions of the popular Web browser open to attack.
For identifying and reporting the error, Google paid researcher Christian Holler $1,000 in accordance with its bounty-hunting program for bugs.
This is the second Chrome update in the past week; on Nov. 10, Google fixed seven Chrome bugs, five of which were labeled high risk.
If you use Chrome , your browser should automatically update itself. To check, click on the wrench in the top right corner, next to the star symbol, and then choose "About Google Chrome."