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Three Security Fixes Included in Chrome 34.0.1847.137

15
May
2014

The latest stable version of Google Chrome, 34.0.1847.137, includes three security fixes. Google has rewarded security experts with a total of $4,500 / 3,300 for reporting the vulnerabilities. The issues, all of which are high-severity, have been given the following CVE identifiers: CVE-2014-1740, CVE-2014-1741 and CVE-2014-1742. -CVE-2014-1740: a use-after-free in WebSockets reported by Collin Payne. Payne has been rewarded with $2,000 (1,500); -CVE-2014-1741: integer overflow …

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