Zerodium To Pay $1 Million For Exploit That Breaks iOS 9's Enhanced Security

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derekullo

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The even scarier side to this is they don't ask for Microsoft Edge based exploits.

This gives the impression that either they already have enough Edge exploits to sell or that they are so many exploits in Edge that it is not worth trying to sell.
 

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The even scarier side to this is they don't ask for Microsoft Edge based exploits.

This gives the impression that either they already have enough Edge exploits to sell or that they are so many exploits in Edge that it is not worth trying to sell.
The even scarier side to this is they don't ask for Microsoft Edge based exploits.

This gives the impression that either they already have enough Edge exploits to sell or that they are so many exploits in Edge that it is not worth trying to sell.
Or because Microsoft Edge isn't available on iOS 9?
 

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Or Google Chrome, or Firefox why pick on MS Edge? I think they are targeting iOS 9 so the obvious choice of attack is the default browser iOS 9 uses.
 
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