Google Serves Up $20,000 Chrome Exploit Challenge

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Doldarius

Your article is misleading.  It reads like you are hacking the CR-48 but it says very directly on tipping points website that you are not actually hacking the crome netbook.

 

"The laptop prizes include:

  • Sony Vaio running Windows 7
  • Alienware m11x running Windows 7
  • Apple MacBook Air 13" running Mac OS X Snow Leopard
  • Google CR-48 running ChromeOS (no attacks against this device, it is merely a prize. The Chrome target will be running on the other laptops)"
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Doldarius

Your article is misleading.  It reads like you are hacking the CR-48 but it says very directly on tipping points website that you are not actually hacking the crome netbook.

 

"The laptop prizes include:

  • Sony Vaio running Windows 7
  • Alienware m11x running Windows 7
  • Apple MacBook Air 13" running Mac OS X Snow Leopard
  • Google CR-48 running ChromeOS (no attacks against this device, it is merely a prize. The Chrome target will be running on the other laptops)"
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Doldarius

Your article is misleading.  It reads like you are hacking the CR-48 but it says very directly on tipping points website that you are not actually hacking the crome netbook.

 

"The laptop prizes include:

  • Sony Vaio running Windows 7
  • Alienware m11x running Windows 7
  • Apple MacBook Air 13" running Mac OS X Snow Leopard
  • Google CR-48 running ChromeOS (no attacks against this device, it is merely a prize. The Chrome target will be running on the other laptops)"

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