There are 25 fresh security patches in the newest version of Google Chrome, including fixes for a number of high-severity vulnerabilities. Chrome 29 also includes a number of performance enhancements.
Google regularly pushes out new versions of its browser every few weeks, and sometimes will only have a handful of security fixes. Chrome 29 is the exception to this, providing a huge number of vulnerability fixes. Three of the fixes in Chrome 29 are for use-after-free vulnerabilities, each of which earned the finder a $1,000 bug bounty.
The list of bugs fixed in Chrome 29 includes:
- [$1337]  High CVE-2013-2900: Incomplete path sanitization in file handling. Credit to Krystian Bigaj.
- [$500]  Low CVE-2013-2905: Information leak via overly broad permissions on shared memory files. Credit to Christian Jaeger.
- [$1337]  High CVE-2013-2901: Integer overflow in ANGLE. Credit to Alex Chapman.
- [$1000]  High CVE-2013-2902: Use after free in XSLT. Credit to cloudfuzzer.
- [$1000]  High CVE-2013-2903: Use after free in media element. Credit to cloudfuzzer.
- [$1000]  High CVE-2013-2904: Use after free in document parsing. Credit to cloudfuzzer.
Chrome users should update their browsers as soon as possible to protect against attacks using these vulnerabilities.