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.
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