Google patched 11 vulnerabilities in Chrome on Thursday as it updated the browser to version 7.
The security update was the fourth since Sept. 2., when Google first boosted Chrome 6 to the "stable" release, the browser's most polished version.
Only one of the bugs patched in Chrome 7.0.517.43 was rated "critical" in Google's four-step threat scoring system, with five tagged as "high." Three others received the "medium" label, while two were pegged as "low."
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