Microsoft Discloses Chrome Security Bugs, Turning the Table on Google

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Mar 15, 2011
Google has a habit of telling the world when it finds a security problem in Microsoft software. The officials in Redmond like to wring their hands and complain about Google putting Microsoft customers at risk, but eventually they just acknowledge the bugs and fix them as best they can.

But there's nothing stopping Microsoft researchers from poking through Google software and finding bugs of their own. And that's just what they're doing now, announcing a new vulnerability disclosure policy for non-Microsoft products, and kicking off the program with two security reports covering products made by none other than Google.

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