Google thinks global Internet security with Project Zero

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Google is increasing its efforts in Internet security and is looking to hire security researchers for its newly formed Project Zero team.

In a post in Google’s Online Security Blog, Google researcher Chris Evans said that people should be able to use the Web without fear that a criminal or state-sponsored actor is exploiting software bugs to infect a computer, steal secrets, or monitor communications, but sophisticated zero-day day attacks, targeting human rights activists, for example, or for industrial espionage, are threats. Google believes more can be done to tackle the problem.

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