The updated disclosure policy aims to achieve more thorough and improved patch development, Google reports. Google’s Project Zero, a division focused on security research, today announced changes to its Disclosure Policy. All vulnerabilities will be released after 90 days by default regardless of when a bug is fixed, unless an agreement has been made between
The feature will check the strength of saved passwords and alert users when they’re compromised in a breach. Google is building a “password checkup” tool into its account controls to improve password habits by telling people if their passwords are weak and when they have been compromised. This marks an expansion of Google’s Password Checkup
At Black Hat USA, Project Zero’s team lead shared details of projects it has accomplished and its influence on the security community. In July 2014, Google announced Project Zero, a research group built to reduce the number of zero-day vulnerabilities used in targeted attacks. Five years later, team lead Ben Hawkes took the Black Hat
How the act of sharing links to files stored in a public cloud puts organizations at risk, and what security teams can do to safeguard data and PII.
Some of us as “seasoned” computer science professionals recall the early days of computing pre-Web and pre-PageRank, the key algorithmic innovation that enabled Google to