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Google’s Nexus Android devices are considered the most secure by default since they’re guaranteed to receive all security patches for vulnerabilities found internally and those disclosed by third parties. Google’s Project Zero research team, however, decided to expand its reach and test the waters with one of its biggest OEM partners in Samsung, evaluating the […]

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#truecrypt may be a fond memory for most of its users, but that hasn’t stopped #researchers and hackers from poking about the open source encryption software. Recently, researchers from #google’s #project zero team uncovered a pair of elevation of privilege #vulnerabilities in TrueCrypt, both of which were patched this weekend in #veracrypt, one of the […]

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A hacker has published an extensive list of Adobe Reader and Windows vulnerabilities based on his research into a relatively obscure area of font management. Google Project Zero hacker Mateusz Jurczyk found a total of 15 vulnerabilities, any of which could trigger remote code execution or privilege escalation in Adobe Reader or the Windows kernel. […]

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