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Google's Chromecast Already Exploited

Released this past week by Google alongside Android 4.3 and the new Nexus 7 tablet was the Chromecast, a $35 device to essentially relay web-pages and video content from your PC or mobile device to an HDMI TV. The Chromecast has now been exploited so a root shell is accessible...

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  • yves Said:

    Are we now just supposed to smile and shrug when Google f**ks Linux users because it happens so often? No bitching, just resignation because after all... they do Summer of Code and they really, really like Linux right? When you cant get Linux to work.... on Linux, its an impressive feat, If your friends treat you like this, maybe its time to get new friends. Even it its those fruit loving ones.....

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