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I'm boxing my sand right now as I type....
    
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the technical details of the vulnerability are only available to its government customers
Are they going to share with Google or only governments that pay them?
 
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folks..... just a matter of time^^
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post #14 of 36
I remember one of my lecturers telling us the only way to make a computer 100% hack proof would be to severe all external connections, lock it in a safe, encase it in cement then dump it in the ocean.
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Google is stupid for using Sandboxes for security. I personally have invented a new form of security called Sandtriangles. It is stronger and far more more pointy than Sandboxes. But of course, no one is interested in my technology, they want to keep using Sandboxes. Idiots.
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So much for the sandbox = hack-proof theory that some people advocate.
No one has ever said that...
Viruses have been able to break out of virtual machines for a long time now.
post #17 of 36
Hm. According to their website they only release the exploit to goverments for defensive/offensive purposes. How can they call themselves a security company? More like a hacker group who'll sell exploits to governments for God knows what. They should just release the details to Google rather than posting an advertisement for their exploit "services".
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Yep, nothing is hack proof. It is for sure and certain, not the first payload to exploit sandboxed browsers either.
If its possible for a person to build something, its possible for someone else to break it.
    
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Hm. According to their website they only release the exploit to goverments for defensive/offensive purposes. How can they call themselves a security company? More like a hacker group who'll sell exploits to governments for God knows what. They should just release the details to Google rather than posting an advertisement for their exploit "services".
Well you said it. They aren't philanthropists.

I would hope that any person finding exploits would only be doing so to close the exploit, but that is obviously NOT the case. I wonder if they will share the details or just be content to leave a hole in Chrome so their customers have an advantage.
    
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post #20 of 36
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No one has ever said that...
Viruses have been able to break out of virtual machines for a long time now.
I'm fairly sure so far there isn't a hack for vmware/virtual box etc, would like a source to what you just said...
I know viruses do detect if they are in a virtual enviroment and then just disable themselves so that it won't get picked up by an av, hoping to trick the user into thinking its safe and manually bringing it onto their real pc.
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