Can You Crack Chrome? If So, You Can Earn Some Serious Cash

Google really wants to make sure that Chrome is secure. That's why they're willing to offer prizes totaling $1 million for those hackers who can crack it at the CanSecWest security conference next week. Those who can break the browser open can win prizes of $20,000, $40,000 and $60,000, that is, after they spill the beans on how they exploited the browser. The prizes will be offered up on a first come, first serve basis until all $1 million is gone.

Link Via Geekosystem

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I don't believe that it is hackers that we need to fear, it is Google itself! Google is the enemy of personal privacy and desperately needs government regulation, now! I never thought I'd see the day that I'd welcome government regulation but the likes of Google, YouTube, and Facebook clearly demonstrate the need. Even Twitter is falling into the pattern of selling personal tweets to the moichant piggy.

We need to ditch Google and Facebook for a start and find alternate search engines as well.
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Yeah, this is sort of like Darth Vader trying to get people to join the Empire by bragging about how the Empire is impervious to the Rebel Alliance. "Sure, I'll join you, Lord Vader, as long as you protect me from those scary Rebels!"
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