We’re just coming up to the annual Pwn2Own competition at the CanSecWest conference in Vancouver, where hackers gather to show their prowess at “owning” patched, up-to-date computers. Or not.
To date, Google’s Chrome browser has emerged unhacked, so Google is increasing the $20,000 prize it offered last year to $60,000, and it’s prepared to give away a maximum of $1 million. (No, you won’t get $1m just for hacking Chrome, unless you do it 16.7 times.)
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