That flaw is the only one Google fixed in this update. The vulnerability in the V8 engine is an out-of-bounds error that can cause a memory-corruption condition and lead to remote code execution. The researcher who discovered the bug, Christian Holler, received a $1,000 reward from Google for the report.
The company has been doing rolling updates for Chrome, and it’s not unusual for there to be several separate updates within a month or six-week period. Google fixes vulnerabilities in the browser as they have the patches available, and it gives the company an advantage in terms of speed. The rolling patch schedule means Google doesn’t have to wait for a monthly scheduled release, and neither do its users.
This is the second security update for Chrome in the last week.