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Pwn2Own 2014: Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari Hacked on Day One

13
Mar
2014

Pwn2Own 2014, an event that takes place these days alongside CanSecWest in Vancouver, has started. On the first day, contestants already found vulnerabilities in Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Adobe Flash and Reader.

The payouts made after the first day total $400,000 (286,000). Most of the money went to French research firm VUPEN. The companys researchers have managed to find a total of four vulnerabilities.

They found a use-after-free with an Inter…

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