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Hackers break into the Tesla web browser to gain a Model 3

Well, it's definitely a way to get a Model 3: Hackers exploited a vulnerability in the Pwn2Own hacking contest in Tesla's in-car browser, earning one of the electric cars as a prize. Richard Zhu and Amat Cam – aka Team Fluoroacetate – were able to bypass various security measures to display a message in the browser. Tesla has said that …

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Hackers conquer Tesla's own web browser and win a Model 3 – TechCrunch

A pair of security researchers dominated Pwn2Own, the annual high profile hacking contest that brought home $ 375,000 in prize money, including a Tesla Model 3 – their reward for successfully uncovering vulnerability in the infotainment system of the electric vehicle. Tesla handed over his new Model 3 sedan to Pwn2Own this year. For the first time, a car was …

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Hands-on with the new Microsoft Edge browser based on Chromium

Late last year, Microsoft told the world that its browser Edge would switch to the Chromium engine. Until now, this browser was locked behind the walls of Redmond, but I managed to get my hands on the parts before the release. Upfront, that feels a lot like Chrome and Microsoft Polish about it. But not many Microsoft policies, as they …

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Tesla's internal web browser switches to Chromium

One of the key features of recent Tesla vehicles is the massive, mid-size touchscreen. It acts as the main control center for the car with media controls, live camera feeds, maps, settings, and more. For some reason, there is also a web browser that will soon be replaced by a version with Chromium – the open source version of Google …

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Microsoft's next Edgium browser has been revealed in more detail

Microsoft is expected to release its new Chrome-based edge browser shortly. The company has been talking for some time about the new browser code-named Anaheim. And it is slowly approaching an insider release. Although we already had a good look at what the browser would look like, some more screenshots of the browser were leaked yesterday. What you see above …

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Opera adds a free, unlimited VPN to its Android browser

Opera has released a new version of its mobile browser – and it's something special. Opera for Android 51 includes a built-in, unlimited VPN to protect your privacy and improve security – and it's free. The built-in VPN should prove particularly useful when you log in to places like the public Wi-Fi hotspots, cafes and hotels. It uses 256-bit encryption …

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Google, to encourage Android users to choose the preferred browser

Google will soon ask Android users to choose their preferred browser. Jaap Arriens / NurPhoto on Getty Images Google will ask Android users to choose their preferred web browser and search apps, said a senior Google executive in an attempt to avoid new EU antitrust fines. The European Commission beat Google with a record of 4.34 billion euros in July …

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APK available] Mozilla's new Fenix ​​browser includes a new user interface and major changes to tab management

Firefox has a tough stand on Android. With a market share of less than 1 percent, it's clear that Mozilla needs to do something to bring its mobile product back to life. However, if you've been tracking Firefox development for Android over the last few months, you may have noticed that this is basically breaking down. Enter Fenix. Fenix ​​is …

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Screenshots of the Chromium-based edge browser from Microsoft online

Screenshots of Microsoft's Edge Chromium-based web browsers leaked online, revealing the large amount of UI DNA shared between the two browsers, and providing details a future Microsoft Edge Store. Microsoft announced in early December that they will abandon the current codebase of their Microsoft Edge browser and switch to Google's open source Chromium, and that the name tag will remain …

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CERN has re-created the original WorldWideWeb browser for you to try

The birthplace of the modern Internet is the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), when engineers proposed the first HyperText browser in March 1989. To mark the anniversary, a group of CERN developers rebuilt this original browser interface (via Engadget ) so that users can see what the Internet looked like from the beginning. Thirty years ago, CERN's engineers released …

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