Over the past 24 hours, the tech industry has been rocked by a wide-ranging CPU vulnerability. Discovered by Google’s Project Zero security team last year, details of the exploits have now officially emerged. Meanwhile, Google has provided a full list of mitigation status for its products from Android to enterprise services.
project zero Stories January 3
project zero Stories September 14, 2016
Google has made a big push for security over the past couple of years, and a big part of that has been beefing up Android security and pushing out fixes for vulnerabilities on a regular basis. We’ve seen that in Google’s monthly Android security updates, which have been relatively successful so far with some OEMs keeping devices somewhat up to date. Now the company is introducing another method to find Android vulnerabilities, a hacking contest by Project Zero…
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project zero Stories February 16, 2015
Google announced its Project Zero initiative in the middle part of last year, and now the Mountain View company is making some amendments to the rules for disclosure of bugs it finds in vendors’ software. There has been a 90-day deadline in place since the launch of the program, and that seems to be working well according to a post on the Project Zero blog, but the company says that it has taken into consideration “external feedback around some of the corner cases” and made some changes. expand full story
project zero Stories December 12, 2014
Today’s sketchy Samsung Galaxy S6 leak is almost surely bogus
We saw the supposed Samsung Galaxy S6 leak this morning, but we just weren’t convinced of its legitimacy enough to even show it to you as a sketchy rumor. It’s a good thing we didn’t, because a new report from Faryaab Sheikh–a very reliable source in the world of Samsung rumors–says this morning that he has received separate confirmation from many sources saying that the picture is definitely not a Galaxy S6 prototype.
project zero Stories July 15, 2014
Google today announced a new initiative it is calling “Project Zero,” a broad attempt at reducing the number of internet users that are harmed every day by a variety of different types of targeted attacks. Google believes that everyone should be able to use the internet without constant worry that attackers might use software vulnerabilities nefariously, and due to that, the Mountain View corporation has assembled a team of experienced security researchers to help improve security across the internet.