Hacking Google Chrome OS

Google’s new Chrome OS might not be running many devices out there on the ‘net, but that doesn’t mean it’s not fair game for hackers. How vulnerable is it to attack? That was the subject of Matt Johansen and Kyle Osborn’s “Hacking Google Chrome OS” at Black Hat on Wednesday.Read more: Researchers: Square Card Reader Provides Straight Line to Illicit Cash?

Google’s new Chrome OS might not be running many devices out there on the ‘net, but that doesn’t mean it’s not fair game for hackers. How vulnerable is it to attack? That was the subject of Matt Johansen and Kyle Osborn’s “Hacking Google Chrome OS” at Black Hat on Wednesday.

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