Google has released a new version, 9.0.597.94, of its Chrome browser, for all platforms (Linux, Max OS X, and Windows). The new version incorporates the Flash Player security fixes that Adobe released today, and also fixes five other security flaws. More details are available in the release announcement on the Chrome Releases Blog. WIndows users can obtain the new version via the built-in update mechanism (Help / About Google Chrome). Linux users should be able to get the new version using standard package update tools (e.g., apt-get, synaptic). Alternatively, you can download installation packages here.
Because of its security content, and especially the Flash Player fixes, I recommend installing the new version as soon as you conveniently can.