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Opera moves to WebKit and V8

Opera moves to WebKit and V8

Posted Feb 17, 2013 18:03 UTC (Sun) by heijo (guest, #88363)
In reply to: Opera moves to WebKit and V8 by jimmyj
Parent article: Opera moves to WebKit and V8

The evil one is Apple.

Developers probably check the code, but if they are all conspiring together across companies we are likely fucked unless some random guy happens to be looking and notices.

Anyway, the real issue is that you can apparently make $50-100k for an exploitable bug, so there's quite an incentive for individual developers to put them in or otherwise not report them.


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Opera moves to WebKit and V8

Posted Feb 18, 2013 0:29 UTC (Mon) by butlerm (guest, #13312) [Link]

My apologies, but I sure hope this website is not about to descend to Slashdot's level of profanity.

Opera moves to WebKit and V8

Posted Feb 18, 2013 8:46 UTC (Mon) by deepfire (guest, #26138) [Link]

My personal opinion, is that the adjective used is a very accurate description of reality.

In other words, it is really this bad, that the use of this word is completely warranted in this situation.


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