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Safari hole exploited in seconds at security conference

VANCOUVER, Canada--The security expert who won $10,000 hacking a MacBook Air in less than two minutes last year won $5,000 on Wednesday by exploiting a hole in Safari in 10 seconds or so.

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komp3195d ago

wow not really even a hack :/

He sends a url link, they click it and its hacked... wow how lame.

What fool would even click/download/run anythings they didnt know who/what it was anyway?

hail linux CLI :)

Blades083195d ago

Pretty much anyone not computer literate.

Leathersoup3195d ago

"What fool would even click/download/run anythings they didnt know who/what it was anyway?"

Never been Rickrolled before, eh? You must be so cool. ;)