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Monday, 25 May 2020

Google: 70 percent of serious security bugs are memory safety problems


Google notes in this memory safety report that Chromium’s security architecture was designed to assume that such bugs exist, using sandboxes to help stop them from taking over host machines. It’s an effort that has allowed the team to stay ahead of attackers, but just barely. Worse yet, they’re reaching...

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