The Dev channel has been updated to 27.0.1453.46 (Platform version: 3912.23.0) for all Chromebooks. This build contains a number of bug fixes and feature enhancements.
The Chrome Team is happy to announce the promotion of Chrome 27 to the Beta channel for Android. Chrome 27.0.1453.49 contains a number of great new updates including:
- Fullscreen on phones - Scroll down the page and the toolbar will disappear.
- Simpler searching - Searching from the omnibox will keep your search query visible in the omnibox, making it easier to edit, and show more on your search result page.
- Client-side certificate support - You can now access sites that require you to use a certificate and Chrome will allow you to select an installed certificate
- Tab history on tablets - Long press the browser back button to view your tab history
The Beta channel has been updated to 27.0.1453.47 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame. Full details about what changes are in this build are available in the SVN revision log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.
The Chrome Team is happy to announce Chrome 26 for iPhone and iPad. Chrome 26.0.1410.50 contains a number of updates including:
- Fullscreen for iPhone and iPod Touch
- Support for Google Cloud Print, Air Print
- Performance and stability improvements
The Dev channel has been updated to 28.0.1469.0 for Mac, Windows, and Chrome Frame
The Stable channel has been updated to 26.0.1410.57 (Platform version: 3701.81.0) for all Chrome OS devices. This build contains a number of bug fixes and security improvements. Machines will be receiving updates over the next several days.
- Pepper Flash updated to 11.6.602.180
- GTalk plugin updated to 3.14.17
- Bluetooth UI improvements in the Status Area to ease connecting and managing Bluetooth devices
- Updated wallpaper picker UI (New style, All category)
- Added Widevine Content Decryption Module (CDM) on Intel platforms
- Significant video performance improvements in Widevine CDM on ARM platforms.
The Dev channel has been updated to 28.0.1464.0 for Mac, Windows, and Chrome Frame
The Chrome team is happy to announce the promotion of Chrome 27 to the beta channel for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame. Chrome 27.0.1453.15 contains a number of new improvements, including:
The Dev channel has been updated to 27.0.1453.36 (Platform version: 3912.10.0) for all Chromebooks. This build contains a number of bug fixes and feature enhancements.
While the Linux-based operating system wasn't really cracked at Pwnium, Google has decided to award a hacker $40,000 for finding an unreliable Chrome OS exploit.
Earlier this month at the CanSecWest security conference, the Chrome team took part in another Pwn2Own and hosted our third-edition Pwnium competition. This year’s participants once again impressed us with their talent and security prowess. We’re excited about what lessons we can learn from their work to make Chrome and Chrome OS even more secure.
At Pwnium, we didn’t receive any winning entries, but did reserve the right to issue “partial” rewards. We’re pleased to reward $40,000 to Pinkie Pie, who submitted a plausible bug chain involving video parsing, a Linux kernel bug and a config file error. The submission included an unreliable exploit demonstrating one of the bugs. We’ve fixed most of these bugs already.
In particular, we’d like to thank Pinkie Pie for honoring the spirit of the competition by disclosing a partial exploit at the deadline, rather than holding on to bugs in lieu of an end-to-end exploit. This means that we can find fixes sooner, target new hardening measures and keep users safe.
In the parallel Pwn2Own contest, participants attacked many different browsers and plug-ins. There was a top prize on the line for Chrome, which was claimed by Nils and Jon of MWR Labs. Of the two bugs used, one bug was in Chrome code, which we fixed in 24 hours. Thankfully, recently deployed hardening measures protected Chrome OS users. The second bug was in the Windows kernel. The new Pwn2Own rules required the researcher to hand the bug and exploit over to Microsoft, so we’re delighted that the Chrome entry will make other products safer, beyond just Chrome.
While these security gatherings and live competitions are fun, we also want to highlight the ongoing Chromium Vulnerability Reward Program, which covers not only the Chrome desktop browser, but also all Chrome OS components and Chrome on mobile devices. We’ve given away more than $900,000 in rewards over the years and we’re itching to give more, as engaging the security community is one of the best ways to keep all Internet users safe.
Time to go back to IE? Now here is something you won’t hear that often. Despite the common hate for Adobe’s Flash and Oracle’s Java plugins, it looks like they are not the major offenders when it comes to the actual number of vulnerabilities. According to the latest report by security firm Secunia, Google Chrome, [...]
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