Thursday, December 18, 2014

Dev Channel Update

The dev channel has been updated to 41.0.2251.0 for Windows, Mac and Linux.

A partial list of changes is available in the log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Penny MacNeil
Google Chrome

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Blogger Mark T. Kennedy said...

is anyone running unstable on 64 bit fedora 21? against an intel integrated graphics chip? i realize fedora 21 is very new. but there hasn't been a single unstable version that has worked. it hangs immediately after a fresh start often. it hangs if it manages to make it out of the gate. this is the most 'unstable' unstable release i've ever seen :-).

12:40 PM, December 18, 2014  
Blogger Jacob Groß said...

New flag: Enable win32k renderer lockdown

No idea what is it and if it's enabled by default or not though.

12:49 PM, December 18, 2014  
Blogger Jo said...

I cannot update Chrome because it crashes when I try to update it from the About page.

Chrome 64-bit previous dev version
Win 7 x64

2:06 PM, December 18, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It has to do with GDI, I enabled it and GDI handles went away for tabs and extensions. However I still have GDI handles for GPU process and the main browser process.

Hope that helps Jacob Groß

2:56 PM, December 18, 2014  
Blogger Will said...

"Enable win32k renderer lockdown" sets an additional process mitigation policy for renderer processes to prevent calls to Win32k kernel system services - see MSDN docs for more info.

This could potentially prevent attackers trying to escape the Chrome renderer sandbox via these vectors - e.g. see CVE-2014-0300 for a specific recent vulnerability that could have been mitigated by this protection.

7:26 PM, December 18, 2014  
Blogger Jacob Groß said...

Thanks Will.

And I had the same Crash as @Jo. Just download the installer, it works.

11:04 PM, December 18, 2014  
Blogger Jo said...

My Chrome's auto-update got me the latest dev version, but I don't know when it happened. I'm good now.

12:32 AM, December 19, 2014  

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