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Computerworld - Google's $20,000 was as safe at Pwn2Own Wednesday as if it
had been in the bank. The search giant had promised to pay $20,000 to the
first researcher who broke into Chrome on the hacking contest's opening day.
But no one took up Google's offer.
"The first contestant was a no-show," said Aaron Portnoy, manager of HP
TippingPoint's security research team, and Pwn2Own's organizer.