We reported this issue to the Google Vulnerability Rewards Program (VRP). After much heckling from my former colleagues at Google, they quickly pulled this system offline. We also applaud Google for creating a program like the VRP and giving us the chance to share our story with a wider audience. At the time of this […]
Ars answers my earlier question.
So most of the products make sense to kill off they either never generated much traction or were already supposed to be cut.
Google is so awesome the people complaining about Google are using Google to do their complaining.
Microsoft is looking worse and worse every day.
The bad habit isn’t Google patching security holes it’s Adobe not patching them first.
I’m a fan of anything that possibly limit the amount of stuff I need to carry especially in my wallet.
Stay classy Microsoft.
One of the highlights of the Larry Page Google is a much more focused Google, both in products and direction.
It always astonishes how many people who use the computer every day for a large part of their daily lives know almost zero shortcuts.