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Google Chrome Multiple Vulnerabilities

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Release Date:  2010-04-28    Last Update:  2010-05-04    Views:  16,045

Secunia Advisory SA39651

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Description


Some vulnerabilities have been reported in Google Chrome, which can be exploited by malicious people to bypass certain security restrictions and potentially compromise a user's system


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slhcrnp RE: Google Chrome Multiple Vulnerabilities
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I have attempted to remove Google chrome from my computer but have been repeatedly unsuccessful. I keep getting a message that I need to close all Chrome windows - but none are open. Suggestions?
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slhcrnp RE: Google Chrome Multiple Vulnerabilities
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I have attempted to remove Google chrome from my computer but have been repeatedly unsuccessful. I keep getting a message that I need to close all Chrome windows - but none are open. Suggestions?


UPDATE - Found the answer on this board and successfully removed the old version. Now my scan is 100 percent.
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mogs RE: Google Chrome Multiple Vulnerabilities
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Hello.
Are you being guided by what Secunia is finding with regard to vulnerabilities or is it that you can't uninstall via Add/ Remove programs ? Have you tried Revounistaller....it does a thorough job, and guides thro' removal of left over traces of progs as well ? Regards,

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