Google has released Chrome version 44.0.2403.89 for Windows, Mac, and Linux to address multiple vulnerabilities.
Ad networks that don't vet carefully what ads they serve will be the next "victims" of Google's Safe Browsing service.
Well-known security researcher Kafeine has spotted an active campaign aimed at compromising SOHO routers and changing their DNS settings so that the attackers can seamlessly redirect users to phishing sites, hijack their search queries, intercept their traffic, and more.
The existence of another address bar spoofing bug has been revealed, and this one affects the Android Chrome browser.
Google is slowly but surely working on preventing developers of malicious Chrome extensions from delivering their wares to users.
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