Google Project Zero
Google Project Zero is a little-known research group whose focus is finding security vulnerabilities in Google's software products like the Google Chrome web browser. Google Project Zero has also gained attention for identifying and sharing security vulnerability information with companies like Apple and Microsoft for their operating system and software offerings.
Little Known About Google Project Zero
While Google hasn’t publicly disclosed a great deal of information on Google Project Zero, several members of the group have been credited with identifying security vulnerabilities in Mac OS X, Apple iOS, Microsoft's Anti-Malware software offerings (Windows Defender, Microsoft Security Essentials, and Endpoint), and other products.
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