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I’ve got my name on some bugs already, but this team is in release-fast-then-iterate-faster mode; the bugs are doomed.
Researchers at the French security firm VUPEN say that they have discovered several new vulnerabilities in Google Chrome that enable them to bypass the browser’s sandbox, as well as ASLR and DEP and run arbitrary code on a vulnerable machine.
The video shows the exploit in action with Google Chrome v11.0.696.65 on Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 (x64).
Together with the Google Apps contact lookup tool and the new version of the Google Apps device policy tool, Google have also released a new feature for users of a Google Apps for Business domain account: My Devices.
Google “shouldn’t be permitted to pursue practices that restrict others from innovating and offering competitive alternatives,” Microsoft’s Smith said in his blog.