You know a security hole is serious if Microsoft issues a patch for it just hours before the company is scheduled to release its regular bundle of Patch Tuesday updates.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.
Google’s Project Zero vulnerability research team has published details of a flaw in the Microsoft Windows 10 Edge and Internet Explorer 11 browsers that allow them to be remotely crashed – without waiting for a fix to be released.
Google security engineers have once again made details of a vulnerability in Microsoft’s software public, before Microsoft has been able to roll out a patch.
The Virus Bulletin conference is being held in Denver, Colorado, next month. And they have a controversial guest…
Perhaps smarting from the negative reaction from many commentators about disclosing vulnerabilities in other vendor’s code, Google has now said it is adjusting its policy… a little bit.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to raise awareness of zero-day security holes that haven’t been patched yet.
Google – I hope you’re remembering your “don’t be evil” motto.
Google has announced that it is assembling a crack team of researchers, devoted to finding and reporting security holes in widely used software.