I read a bit about HTML5 and its use of WebGL and I was wondering if it could be considered as a security flaw. If you consider that HTML5 will pass code to your graphic card via WenGL, isn't an easy door for malicious code ?
Just for your information http://news.cnet.com/8301-30685_3-20...l-to-security/ http://blogs.technet.com/b/srd/archi...d-harmful.aspx
Who cares about back doors? The main concern is probably using gpu/cpu computational power in botnets.
No longer will hackers have to compromise a machine to steal processing cycles.
Software Testing, Second Edition: "Intelligently weighing the risks and reducing the infinite possibilities to a manageable effective set is where the magic is."
Not saying Microsoft is wrong but considering the source them calling something a security risk or flaw may be a little laughable...
Sorry I cannot add anything more meaningful to the post but the articles did give me a little chuckle...
But in the end doesn't it all come down to BEER? Beer is the ultimate answer to all questions in the universe so yes the answer to your question is BEER.