I just noticed there is an important typo mistake in my recently submitted conference paper. Actually it is like inserting a "-" where it shouldn't be and of course the whole algorithm might not converge if you use the above "-" in the formula! Well, if the reviewers try to dig out the mathematical details leading to that specific formula he might notice that it was a typo, otherwise he might claim that the algorithm shouldn't work as it is not stable because of that "-"!!
Anyway, as the submission has closed, i contacted the conference chairs to update the submission with that only change and they said not possible! I also considered putting that in arxiv, but it'll be permanent and I cannot do any future modifications in case!
What about putting the correct version of the paper in my university home page?
Is it fine? Do you generally advise that? I mean if the paper gets rejected, how high is the chance someone else use it in his/her work and publish it earlier than me? is it risky?
p.s: The results and conclusion and the claims are all made correctly and regardless of that typo mistake