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Yes, IMHO they know. Their Chrome security model was required reading in CS 261.

https://people.eecs.berkeley.edu/~raluca/cs261-f15/

But to me, they seem to be trying to find a moderate level of security with a profitable cost of goods. It doesn't seem that their heart is in it the way Apple's is with the Enclave. iOS is still breakable at the nation state level but well that's quite a high bar. Nation states are breakable at the nation state level.




Do you have a source on the "breakable at the nation state level"? Last I heard they've only been able to compromise models before the 6.


"Breakable" and "have been broken" are different budgets.




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