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This is an incredibly awe-inspiring exploit.


(mostly to Pinkie Pie, but also to the Chrome team for fixing it so quickly and rewarding security researchers with both fame and fortune...)
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This suggests there is a strong correlation between "security bug" and plain old "regular bug". It makes me think a fewer bugs a product has the more secure it probably is. If an app crashes, it shows something isn't working the way it should, and a bad guy may be able to exploit that.

Conclusion: time spent making an app stable is also making it more secure.
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