Chrome's developers have released an upgrade of the browser that repairs this problem.
As far as the WebKit/Java blended threat vulnerability discussed here (and everyplace else) last week, reports vary with some early statements, including this blog (and my apologies for that) reporting that the problem was patched. Evidently it's not.
Note to Google: how about posting change-logs and other update details so people know immediately what is and isn't fixed.
While we wait for the blended threat patch, the buffer overflow fix is available by updating Chrome. Do so by:
1. Click on the wrench in the browser's upper right corner