Wed, Sep 3 2008 13:15
Chrome suffers first security flaw
On Wednesday, researchers announced a flaw in how the Google Chrome browser behaves with undefined handlers. An exploit provided as a demonstration crashes the new browser.
In an article on the Securiteam site,
Rishi Narang from Evilfingers says a crash can occur without user
interaction. If a user is provided a malicious link with an undefined
handler followed by a special character, Chrome crashes.
Story continues at news.cnet.com
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