Google has announced the stable release of Chrome 34, an update brining number of fixes, functionality improvements and security updates.
In total, 31 security vulnerabilities have been patched in this latest version 34.0.1847.116 which includes medium to high severity bugs.
The list of high severity bugs are UXSS in V8, OOB access in V8, Integer overflow in compositor, Use-after-free in web workers, Use-after-free in DOM, Memory corruption in V8, Use-after-free in rendering, Url confusion with RTL characters and Use-after-free in speech.
The medium severity bugs include Use-after-free in speech, OOB read with window property and Use-after-free in forms.
A total of $29,500 has been awarded to researchers who reported the above security vulnerabilities.
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