Hack Google's Chrome Browser, Get Up to $60,000 USD

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amstech

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Not original but a good way to make your software more secure.
It will ALWAYS be breachable though, code is transparent.
 

rocknrollz

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[citation][nom]RADIO_ACTIVE[/nom]Anon jump on this and get funded lol[/citation]

I really doubt Google will do this in an uncontrolled environment. Yes, they want this to be publicity to show that they have the "safest" browser. But I am sure that when the hacker "if" the hacker gets through they want to know how to patch up the security holes.
 

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[citation][nom]RockNRollz[/nom]I really doubt Google will do this in an uncontrolled environment. Yes, they want this to be publicity to show that they have the "safest" browser. But I am sure that when the hacker "if" the hacker gets through they want to know how to patch up the security holes.[/citation]
It was a joke... now laugh sir
 

NuclearShadow

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If I take hacksaw to a computer that is currently running Chrome does that count? Would I have not successfully "hacked" Chrome? I will certainly do more damage than any other hacker. I shall contact Google about this and demand my $60,000.

 

joytech22

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Google: Hack our product and we will pay YOU
Apple: Hack our product, LAWSUIT :)

Just kidding. :p Or am I..
Honestly I'm not biased though, but sadly the above is pretty damn true.. lol.
 
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