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Google patches 11 vulnerabilities in Chrome days before hacking contest
Danish vulnerability tracker Secunia rated  the update as "highly critical."
Although Google typically hides technical details of the most serious vulnerabilities when it issues an update -- it blocks bug tracker entries to prevent attackers from using the information -- all of the 11 bugs are behind the wall this time.
"The referenced bugs may be kept private until a majority of our users are up to date with the fix," explained Orit Mazor, a technical program manager with the Chrome team, in a blog entry  Wednesday.
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