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Linux is a lot safer than Windows, macOS, and others because open-source programmers are racing to fix security vulnerabilities in record time, claim security researchers at Google's Project Zero.
Google's Project Zero team has shared some interesting stats regarding its findings for the past couple of years today. Interestingly, it found the most security issues in Microsoft products.
Google Project Zero has disclosed yet another Windows vulnerability that can lead to elevation of privilege. Microsoft had initially stated that it would not resolve it, but is now working on a fix.
Google's Project Zero team has disclosed yet another elevation of privilege exploit present in Windows given Microsoft's inability to properly fix it in the given 90 days time frame.
Malicious actors, reportedly from North Korea, are targeting security researchers with social engineering attacks using fake social media accounts, exploit claims, and injected malware.
Following multiple delays from Microsoft, Google's Project Zero security team has disclosed yet another high severity security flaw in Windows. If exploited, it can cause elevation of privilege.
Google's Project Zero team has publicly revealed yet another security flaw in Windows which allows elevation of privilege, claiming that Microsoft's fix is incomplete and does not resolve the issue.
Amazon has rolled out its anti-counterfeit tool, Project Zero, to several more countries. Brands can use Amazon Project Zero to enforce their intellectual property on the Amazon platform.
The California-based firm slated Google's Project Zero for misrepresenting the scale and time period of the attack, and ensured customers that the vulnerability had already been fixed months back.
Google's Project Zero members have disclosed five security flaws in iOS, four of which have been fixed by Apple in iOS 12.4. However, one of these still hasn't fully been patched yet.
Google's Project Zero has exposed a "high severity" flaw in macOS' kernel XNU - which apparently has issues in its implementation of copy-on-write behavior - after Apple failed to fix it in 90 days.
Despite Microsoft's repeated requests for an extension to the standard 90-day disclosure deadline, Google has gone on to reveal a "medium" severity flaw in systems with UMCI, such as Windows 10 S.
After Microsoft's failure to fix a flaw in its Edge browser in the allotted time, Google has publicly disclosed the bug - which allows bypassing Edge's ACG and creating an executable page in memory.
The discovery of security flaws built into Intel's processors was apparently found last year by the Google security team. The flaw was also found to be in AMD and ARM processors as well.
A researcher from Google's Project Zero suggests Microsoft may be putting users of Windows 7 at risk by giving priority to Windows 10 for patches, thereby leaving clues on how to attack the older OS.
Microsoft has quietly issued a fix for a critical vulnerability in Windows Defender's Malware Protection Engine. The problem was discovered by the same Google researcher who found an earlier exploit.
A Google security researcher has reportedly discovered a "crazy bad" vulnerability in Windows, which can easily spread. Although full details aren't available yet, a report is expected to follow soon.
Google has publicly revealed yet another unfixed vulnerability in Microsoft's products. This time, the flaw affects Edge and IE, causing the browsers to crash along with arbitrary code execution.
Google's Project Zero researcher, Tavis Ormandy, has uncovered a raft of critical vulnerabilities affecting the core engine found in Symantec and Norton branded security products.
A severe vulnerability was recently discovered that affected Apple's OS X and iOS operating systems. It could allow for an attacker to execute arbitrary binaries and even load unsigned kernel code.
Password Manager, bundled with the company's consumer suite for Windows, was found by Google to expose passwords and allow remote code execution via open HTTP RPC ports.
According to the latest report from inside the company, Samsung is looking to redesign its flagship phone. Project Zero is aimed at creating a completely new handset as next year's Galaxy S6
Google has announced a new research program called Project Zero in order to counter security threats caused by zero-day vulnerabilities such as the recent "Heartbleed" bug in OpenSSL.