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Sept. 13, 2022, 10:51 p.m. | /u/Jonathan-Todd

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Edit: It was TokenUniverse, answered by u/The_Loud_Ninja

I should have clarified: Testing (not directly exploiting) *legitimate* security / privilege related systems / subsystems / features / mechanisms. I think there were roughly 50–100 different properties / systems this tool helped you touch / experiment with (most importantly, know about their existence).

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