Google admits there are INFINITY MILLION bugs in Chrome!
Remember, $∞ million / $50,000 = ∞ million
Their next conference venue is the Hilbert Hotel.
Google is vastly expanding its popular annual Pwnium hack fest, by allowing hackers to vie try for limitless amounts of cash every day of the year. The contest was previously held once a year at the CanSecWest conference in Canada, with millions in cash on offer to hackers who can take the shine off its Chromium project. The …
Google Chrome browser on a Google Nexus tablet running Google Android.
Navigate to CBC.ca and watch it crash and burn.
Infuriating. Useless P.O.S. $250 tablet that DOES NOT WORK. Google's fault, with help from the empty-headed web coders at CBC.
Google can't code their way out of a damp paper bag.
Works fine for me. Maybe you have something else installed causing problems, or a toolbar, or its already been fixed since you posted this? You should have used a Bit.ly link instead to one of your YouTube or pay per click videos/sites to make some money. Next time!
These hacking contest go back many many years,
It's a good idea to offer money (=incentive) to get other people to find holes they themselves could not find.
Having said that, the least prolific hackers (or government agencies, <insert favorite here>) are usually the most successful ones, they shy away from publicity and do not seek fame and glory, instead, choosing to keep any discovered holes and exploits closely guarded for these are worth much, much more than what companies are willing to offer.
That will have to be no more than $1 each or even Google will run out of money, because I keep on finding bugs.
The latest - today for some reason when I hit the 'home' icon in Incognito mode I get redirected back to the same page I am already on (not my home page). Genius.
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