Google has released another new version, 10.0.648.204, of its Chrome Web browser, for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and Chrome Frame. This version fixes six serious security vulnerabilities. It also includes support for the password manager on Linux, as well as miscellaneous performance and stability fixes. More information is in the Release Announcement on the official Chrome Releases blog.
I recommend installing this update as soon as you conveniently can. 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).