Chrome Quirks and Easter Egg (Re: Y-Box: DFU and boot loader (KL26))

hellekin hellekin at gnu.org
Mon Mar 24 08:14:16 EDT 2014


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On 03/24/2014 08:23 AM, Werner Almesberger wrote:
> 
> Does Chrome really not support Ogg or is it just a configuration
> issue on Ron's side ? Would seem rather petty of Google to do
> that.
>
*** I think ChromeOS does not come with Ogg support by default.  WebM is
the in-house "open-source", so why support diversity?  That adds
complexity you know...

> 
> [1] http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/26049/chrome-ssl-warning-you-cannot-proceed-because-the-website-operator-has-request
> 
*** Aha! Funky.  A self-signed wildcard certificate + Strict Transport
Security triggers an Easter Egg :)

==
hk

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