Friday, 18 July 2014

Company "Google" launches "Project Zero" to make the web safer .

There is always a loophole exploited by hackers in their attacks. For this reason, developers are sending reports of such gaps to be closed as soon as possible, but now instead of relying on companies specialized in the field of information security or developers to send such reports, the company decided to Google to take it upon themselves to do the job.

To accomplish this task, the company Google has launched a new project called Project Zero. This new project of Google Inc., aims to ensure that the entire Internet safe from potential attacks, such as vulnerability Heartbleed recent and that made everyone in a state of panic. According to Google, "thanks to Project Project Zero everyone should be able to use the Internet without fear of any criminal or any representative of the state-sponsored to exploit bugs and security vulnerabilities in systems and services to target the computers of their own, and the theft of secrets or monitor their communications."

Google says it also will not put any limits on this project, and this means that it does not matter who developed the program or service, as long as it is being relied on by a lot of people, Google will work to improve the security architecture of the program or service. This means that it does not matter if you prefer the Android platform to platform iOS or Interenet Explorer to Google Chrome, as long as they are used by many users, Google will remain vigilant to make this service security and protected from potential attacks.

The company will make Google Project Zero project more transparent by allowing users to monitor how long it takes to repair the gap by a vendor. Google will also send reports of security vulnerabilities directly to the developers themselves, rather than third parties, to ensure that the problem is fixed as soon as possible. In fact, this noble pursuit of Google Inc., to make the Internet safe, and we can not wait to see if it can improve the security architecture of the Internet, especially after the entire post Google actively in it.

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