Monday, July 20, 2015

Adobe and Google Partner to Bolster Flash's Defence Against Zero-Day Attacks | NDTV Gadgets

Check this Project Zero post for details

"Adobe Flash, the veteran media player that has earned a name for itself due to its security vulnerabilities as much as its abilities, is back in the news - but this time, for a good reason. Adobe has revealed that it worked with Google's Project Zero to patch the vulnerabilities discovered in the aftermath of a security breach of the Hacking Team.
But this isn't a regular security patch, Adobe notes. The company says that with the help of Google's security research team, it has managed to make structural changes to the way its program interacts with an operating system. The changes, Adobe claims, will significantly reduce the number of attacks against Flash Player."
Adobe and Google Partner to Bolster Flash's Defence Against Zero-Day Attacks | NDTV Gadgets
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