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Submission + - Teenager Pinkie Pie Cracks Google Chrome, Again (paritynews.com)

hypnosec writes: Pinkie Pie, a teenager, a hacker, has come up with a Full Chrome exploit at the HackInTheBox conference in Malaysia. The exploit, if confirmed by Google HQ, will bag the teenager a whopping US$60,000 cash reward making it two times in a row. Chris Evans, a Google engineer, will be revealing all the successful exploits at the end of the conference tomorrow afternoon. Earlier Pinkie Pie won top prize at the CanSecWest Pwnium event where he used multiple exploits to escape the Chrome Sandbox. Given the reputation of Pinkie Pie, it won't be far fetched to say that Chrome has been cracked once again.
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