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Google will get faster at releasing Chrome security patches


Google Chrome will soon start receiving security updates more quickly as security engineers at Google have successfully cut down the browser's “patch gap” from 33 days to just 15 days.

The term patch gap refers to the amount of time it takes from when a vulnerability is fixed in an open source library to when it is patched in software which uses that same library. Patch gaps are considered a major security risk as many software applications rely on the same open source components.


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