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Google Chrome users, 16 chars to crash u

Typing in a 16-character link and hitting enter, clicking on a 16-character link, or even just putting your cursor over a 16-character link will crash Google’s browser.
The bug was discovered by Andris Atteka, who explained on his blog that you can easily trip up Chrome just by adding a null character in the URL string. His example was 26 characters long, but we have managed to shave off 10 characters to produce an even simpler string that will crash Chrome.
To try it yourself, fire up Chrome 45 (the latest stable version) or older and put this into your address bar: http://a/ %%30%30

THATS GRAT...YOU CRASHED AND UNNED INTO AN ERROR