In designing Chromium, we’ve been working hard to make the browser as secure
as possible. We’ve made strong improvements with the integrated sandboxing and
our up-to-date user base. We’re always looking to stay on top of the latest
browser security features. We’ve also worked closely with the broader security
community to get independent scrutiny and to quickly fix bugs that have been
reported.

Some of the most interesting security bugs we’ve fixed have been reported by
researchers external to the Chromium project. For example, this same origin
policy bypass from Isaac Dawson or this v8 engine bug found by the Mozilla
Security Team. Thanks to the collaborative efforts of these people and others,
Chromium security is stronger and our users are safer.

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