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What's new in Chrome 26 for Users?
- Improved spell checker - better grammar and homonym checking.
- Added desktop shortcuts for multiple users (profiles) on Windows.
- Implemented asynchronous DNS resolver on Mac and Linux.
- Autofill and password sync (Android).
- Performance and stability improvements (Android).
What's new in Chrome 26 for Developers?
Chrome 26 adds HTML <template> Element. HTML template element allows creating fragments of inert HTML as a prototype for stamping out DOM.
What security issues were fixed in Chrome 26?
- CVE-2013-0916: Use-after-free in Web Audio. Credit to Atte Kettunen.
- CVE-2013-0917: Out-of-bounds read in URL loader. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Cris Neckar).
- CVE-2013-0918: Do not navigate dev tools upon drag and drop. Credit to Vsevolod Vlasov of the Chromium development community.
- CVE-2013-0919: Use-after-free with pop-up windows in extensions. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Mustafa Emre Acer).
- CVE-2013-0920: Use-after-free in extension bookmarks API. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Mustafa Emre Acer).
- CVE-2013-0921: Ensure isolated web sites run in their own processes.
- CVE-2013-0922: Avoid HTTP basic auth brute force attempts. Credit to t3553r.
- CVE-2013-0923: Memory safety issues in the USB Apps API. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Mustafa Emre Acer).
- CVE-2013-0924: Check an extension's permissions API usage again file permissions. Credit to Benjamin Kalman of the Chromium development community.
- CVE-2013-0925: Avoid leaking URLs to extensions without the tabs permissions. Credit to Michael Vrable of Google.
- CVE-2013-0926: Avoid pasting active tags in certain situations. Credit to Subho Halder, Aditya Gupta, and Dev Kar of xys3c
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