Google fixes 11 Chrome flaws, debuts stable version 7

Patches autofill crash that hacker's could exploit

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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