Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 22nd May 2012 23:26 UTC
Internet & Networking "Just over two months ago, Chrome sponsored the Pwnium browser hacking competition. We had two fantastic submissions, and successfully blocked both exploits within 24 hours of their unveiling. Today, we'd like to offer an inside look into the exploit submitted by Pinkie Pie." A work of pure art, this. Also, this is not the same person as the other PinkiePie. Also also, you didn't think I'd let a story with a headline like this go by unnoticed, did you?
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RE: Comment by Radio
by renox on Wed 23rd May 2012 07:59 UTC in reply to "Comment by Radio"
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More seriously, the GPU is *again* the weak link. That is cause for concern for the security of modern browsers: is it manageable when they have so much code touching so many hard/soft wares?

And it's only a start: when I read about Firefox's developpers working on WebGL, I immediately thought: this feature has a lot of potential security issues..

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