Google Chrome Update Addresses Vulnerabilities, Adds Privacy

Last week Google updated its Chrome browser to version 16, patching fifteen security flaws in the process. Google paid a total of US $6,000 to researchers who alerted them to seven of the patched bugs. One of the new features made available in Chrome 16 allows multiple users on the same computer to keep their personal data, including bookmarks, separate and private from one another’s. It allows separate identities without having to log out of the OS.

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