Crash your Chrome with %%30%30
Have you ever wondered a simple string can crash one of the most sophisticated designed web browsers -- Chrome? There is a finding from Andris Atteka who found that a null string "%%30%30" appended to an URL can crash Chrome. For example, if you have below URL in your browser address bar or you mouse over below URL, Chrome will crash:
When the browser crashed, it may show :
Or on Windows, you will see :
This bug has been reported to Google at Issue 533361. And the engineers are still working on fixing this bug.
Google is very adamant with the test of their new modular phones, nicknamed as Project Ara. The company is auspicious about the new concept where consumers can design their own phones by assembling parts from different manufacturers. The company is hopeful that there will be 20 to 30 interchangeable