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Thursday, 03 February 2011 08:30
It's that time of year again and the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) team here at HP TippingPoint is proud to announce the 5th annual Pwn2Own competition is back. We have some exciting additions this year including the first ever vendor sponsorship, new attack surfaces, and even more prizes for competitors. If you're unfamiliar with the contest you can take a look at the archived blog posts from 2008, 2009, and 2010.
This year the web browser targets will be the latest release candidate (at the time of the contest) of the following products:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Apple Safari
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
Each browser will be installed on a 64-bit system running the latest version of either OS X or Windows 7.
The laptop prizes include:
- Sony Vaio running Windows 7
- Alienware m11x running Windows 7
- Apple MacBook Air 13" running Mac OS X Snow Leopard
- Google CR-48 running ChromeOS (no attacks against this device, it is merely a prize. The Chrome target will be running on the other laptops)
- Exploiting Internet Explorer 11 64-bit on Windows 8.1 Preview
- New Xpiro Infectors Are Persistent and Can Infect Both 32-bit and 64-bit Files
- Twitter Switches to 64-Bit IDs Enough for 9 Billion Billion Users, Avoids Twitpocalypse II
- GMER 2.0 adds Windows 8 and full x64 support
- 64-Bit Windows Malware to Take Off in 2013 – Security Company
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