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Windows 7: Pwn2Own 2015: Day Two Results

21 Mar 2015   #1
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Pwn2Own 2015: Day Two Results

https://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/HP-Security-Research-Blog/Pwn2Own-2015-Day-Two-results/ba-p/6722884

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The final numbers for Pwn2Own 2015 are quite impressive:
  • 5 bugs in the Windows operating system
  • 4 bugs in Internet Explorer 11
  • 3 bugs in Mozilla Firefox
  • 3 bugs in Adobe Reader
  • 3 bugs in Adobe Flash
  • 2 bugs in Apple Safari
  • 1 bug in Google Chrome
  • $557,500USD bounty paid out to researchers
Oooh goody. I am sure we can all look forward to out-of-band/critical updates next week. Firefox has already gone to v36.0.4


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21 Mar 2015   #2
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The people in this competition didn't just come up the vulnerabilities on the spot in half an hour or the next day some of them spent months or years coming up with them
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