More details to come next month, including registration info. In the meantime, you can check out highlights from last year at https://developers.google.com/events/io/.
Also, quick note for those who want to join in person: this year we’re making some changes to registration, so you won’t need to scramble the second registration opens. We'll be implementing a new system, where you can submit your interest to attend Google I/O 2014. Successful applicants will then be randomly selected and notified shortly thereafter. We’ll be following up with more details from +GoogleDevelopers, so stay tuned.
We always look forward to this event to see what the security research community has cooked up for us. In line with our security principles, it’s one of the best ways we know to engage the community while improving web safety overall.
The first Pwnium competition launched at this conference in 2012, out of our desire to provide extra incentive to security researchers to find flaws in Chrome. The past two years, we invited researchers to set their sights on Chromebooks — which we built to be secure from the ground-up. Pwnium, combined with our ongoing vulnerability rewards programs, have resulted in awards to researchers nearing $3 million, which has the added benefit of keeping our users safer.
As usual we’ll post a full recap after the conclusion of the conference. More details about Pwnium 4 and the prize levels are detailed on the Chromium blog: http://goo.gl/JeLCVS
*Stay tuned as several researchers attempt to crack Chrome running on Windows during ZDI’s Pwn2Own Thursday afternoon.
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