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Mar 06, 2019
Google Project Zero team discloses a "high severity" flaw discovered in macOS kernelThe macOS kernel flaw grants the attacker to modify a mounted filesystem without user's knowledge
Feb 23, 2018
Intel failed to inform US cyber officials about Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities until it got leaked to the publicOfficials claimed the government was not informed of the flaws before they became public because the flaws potentially held national security implications.
Feb 21, 2018
Critical bugs in uTorrent allow malicious websites to steal downloaded files and control your computerUsers will have to wait till an updated version is available. We would advise all you pirates out there to stop using the app till patches are in place.
Feb 24, 2017
Cloudflare memory leak dumps unknown quantity of sensitive, unencrypted data onlineWeb hosting provider Cloudflare has reported that a memory leak from their servers leaked a great deal of sensitive information, including passwords and cookies, in plain text.
Jun 30, 2016
Project Zero by Google finds a host of severe vulnerabilities in Symantec's security suitesTavis Ormandy, a security analyst on the Project Zero team recently had a go at Symantec’s cyber-security offerings (this includes Norton by Symantec) and discovered that almost all the offerings had such severe vulnerabilities that they could “compromise the entire enterprise fleet” and worse.
Feb 16, 2015
After rift with Microsoft, Google to give vendors 14 day grace period to fix security flawsGoogle has said it would give vendors a 14-day grace period if they promised to release a patch and fix the issue within two weeks.
Jan 13, 2015
Microsoft slams Google for disclosing Windows 8.1 security bug two days before it planned the fixMicrosoft has criticized Google for disclosing the Windows 8.1 security bug out in the public just before it was going to fix it.
Jan 03, 2015
Google posts unpatched vulnerability before Microsoft fixes itGoogle has openly published a Windows 8.1 vulnerability that gives low-level users administrator rights.