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Twitch streamer realizes that his customized chat program is susceptible to code injection.

Twitch streamer realizes that his customized chat program is susceptible to code injection. 6


Twitch streamer realizes that his customized chat program is susceptible to code injection.



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  1. Every single time I watch a Twitch clip I look at the chat and can’t help but notice the people who post like completely normal conversational comments, like asking how the streamer’s day was etc, and how it almost always get ignored.

    Twitch honestly has to be the saddest platform on the internet.

  2. Security vulnerabilities aside this actually seems like really cool way to crowdsource a project. Give people something that is funny to play with, reset it frequently so people don’t get invested and walk away with one or two cool features like whatever that rainbow effect was.

  3. How many Redditors remember when there was a comment exploit something like 3-4 years ago? It only ran for, I think, an hour or so. It basically ran as an executable when you were on a page where the comment was posted and made you post it.

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