Google late last week fixed 11 security flaws in its Chrome web browser that could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code, cause a denial-of-service, or conduct spoofing attacks, according to an advisory from the US-CERT. Google, which provides monetary rewards for the disclosure of security bugs, paid more than $10,000 to various researchers for the flaws. The Google Chrome 5.0.375.127 stable channel update is available for Windows, Mac and Linux users. — AM