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Samsung S6 Edge has 11 nasties, says Google Project Zero team

Security probe-wielders from Google's Project Zero team in Europe and the United States have flayed the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, finding 11 nasty vulnerabilities in the flagship handset. The informal hack-off focused on Samsung's latest OEM offering rather than the pure Android Nexus because of its popularity and therefore the …
Darren Pauli, 4 Nov 2015

Killer ChAraCter HOSES almost all versions of Reader, Windows

Get patching: Google Project Zero hacker Mateusz Jurczyk has dropped 15 remote code execution vulnerabilities, including a single devastating hack against Adobe Reader and Windows he reckons beats all exploit defences. The accomplished offensive security researcher (@j00ru) presented findings at the Recon security conference …
Darren Pauli, 24 Jun 2015
A hammer and bent screw

'Rowhammer' attack flips bits in memory to root Linux

Last summer Google gathered a bunch of leet security researchers as its Project Zero team and instructed them to find unusual zero-day flaws. They've had plenty of success on the software front – but on Monday announced a hardware hack that's a real doozy. The technique, dubbed "rowhammer", rapidly writes and rewrites memory …
Iain Thomson, 10 Mar 2015
Paul Winchell and dummy

Google cuts Microsoft and pals some slack in zero-day vuln crusade – an extra 14 days tops

Google has adjusted the terms of its controversial Project Zero vulnerability scouting effort, loosening its 90-day disclosure policy somewhat to give companies a better chance of fixing their security bugs before they become public knowledge. Among the changes, Google says it will no longer disclose bugs on weekends and …
Neil McAllister, 14 Feb 2015

Google reveals bug Microsoft says is mere gnat

Google has reported a local file flaw affecting Windows 7 and 8.1 32 and 64 -bit systems in the third vulnerability dropped since a spat with Microsoft erupted last week. The vulnerability that allowed a malicious Server Message Block version 2 server to force a client to open arbitrary local files was marked high severity by …
Darren Pauli, 20 Jan 2015

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