The Chrome team have just pushed out several stability and security fixes for the stable channel of Chrome.
Google Chrome 25.0.1364.152 has been pushed out to users, for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. The release includes stability improvements and a wealth of security fixes, including 5 high priority fixes.
- Use-after-free in frame loader (Chamal de Silva)
- Use-after-free in browser navigation handling (“chromium.khalil”)
- Memory corruption in Web Audio (Atte Kettunen of OUSPG)
- Use-after-free with SVG animations (Atte Kettunen of OUSPG)
- Memory corruption in Indexed DB (Jüri Aedla)
- Race condition in media thread handling (Andrew Scherkus)
- Incorrect handling of bindings for extension processes.
- Referer leakage with XSS Auditor (Egor Homakov)
- Mediate renderer -> browser plug-in loads more strictly (Chris Evans)
- Possible path traversal in database handling (Jüri Aedla)
The update will be pushed out over the next several days.