Archive for the tag "chrome"
Adobe did their monthly security dance and as a result, Google also updated their Chrome browser with the new PepperFlash Plugin. That Chrome release meant that I could compile a new Chromium from the updated sources. Chromium and Pepper Flash: The update to my Chromium package was not just triggered by the update (in Chrome) of the Pepper Flash plugin. […]
That sounds a heck of a lot like another post I wrote recently on this blog… a little more than two weeks ago. The big guys made a move again, and this is what you get from me as a result. Chromium Chromium (and of course Chrome) were updated to version 33.0.1750.149, with 7 security fixes. […]
I have not been updating this blog for a couple of days, but that did not mean I was sitting on hy hands. These are the package updates which landed in my various repositories during the last few days: Calibre Nearly every week I have been updating my Calibre packages whenever Kovid Goyal released a […]
Chromium There is an update to Chrome/Chromium which arrives in very close succession to the previous update less than two weeks ago. The version number change is minimal, 32.0.1700.77 to 32.0.1700.102, but it addresses several vulnerabilities, so it is advised to update your Chrome and/or chromium packages. The most important fixes are: [$1000] High CVE-2013-6649: […]
Chromium is the Open Source variant of the Chrome Browser. Both are part of the Chromium project which also has the Chrome OS as a product. Chromium and Chrome share the same codebase, and the closed-source Chrome browser is enhanced with some proprietary features like Adobe’s Pepper Flash plugin. A new stable release (32.0.1700.77) for […]