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Re: Google Chrome Browser Vulnerability
From: redb0ne () hush com
Date: Wed, 03 Sep 2008 16:39:45 -0400

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Even though I had the vulnerability 4 hrs well before the real
publication of the bug and had the exploit along with the some
crash details like "int 3" Kernel Exception/Trap @ 0x01002FF3,
different attack cases, exceptions of http/ftp and further debug
logs; there was this bug published (though without the details of
possible cases, exceptions and mouse hover techniques) couple of
hours before I released it out at EvilFingers.

This is an out of bounds memory read that crashes the browser. It
is a major exaggeration to call this a vulnerability, especially
considering this is a beta browser. Not that others haven't already
said it, but people never seem to learn that a browser crash is a
stability issue, not a security issue.


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