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James Forshaw Apr 21
New P0 blog post up. How a one line change in the Windows kernel broke the Windows Chromium sandbox (and thus Edge and Firefox at the same time).
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Dan Meldrum Apr 23
Replying to @tiraniddo
Now you're famous.
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James Forshaw
That's a shockingly bad take, even for Forbes.
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Neal McBurnett Apr 23
Indeed - a shockingly misleading article, and a worse headline. What on earth were you thinking, ? Since when is it surprising that a bug in Windows (fixed already, as Forshaw clearly noted) might affect the security of a Windows app like Chrome?
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Joseph Bialek Apr 23
Replying to @tiraniddo @MeldrumDan
I want to talk shit but I don’t even know where to begin..
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Johnathan Norman Apr 23
Replying to @tiraniddo @MeldrumDan
yeah its a strange one. The combined resources of Google, Microsoft and others are all now working together to secure a common browser platform. I wonder what alternative Gordon has in mind?
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Justin Campbell Apr 23
We should all remember this when reading an article on a topic we know less about.
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