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The HP Security Research blog provides a platform for security experts from across HP to discuss innovative research, industry observations, and updates on the threat landscape to help organizations proactively identify and manage risk. More

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The Zero Day Initiative (ZDI), founded by TippingPoint, is a program designed to reward security researchers for responsibly disclosing vulnerabilities. More

Mobile Pwn2Own Tokyo 2014

Admin | September 4, 2014

HP Security Research’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) invites you to join us for the third annual Mobile Pwn2Own competition, to be held this year on November 12-13 at PacSec Applied Security Conference in Tokyo, Japan.  We’re looking forward to rewarding the world’s top researchersRead More

Pwn2Own 2014: A recap

Admin | March 17, 2014

Two record-setting days of payouts for zero-day vulnerabilities brought the 2014 Pwn2Own contest tantalizingly close to our first million-dollar competition, with $850,000 paid to eight entrants. $385,000 of potential prize money remained unclaimed.

The world outside the room: Hackers, Pwn2Own, and charity

Admin | March 17, 2014

As we all decompress from Pwn2Own 2014, let’s reflect on how odd the whole thing looks from outside that room at the Sheraton. Researchers bring exploits made of highly unpleasant code from which anyone reasonable would steer clear. They show it to ZDI, an organization that brings large amounts ...
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Pwn2Own results for Thursday (Day Two)

Admin | March 14, 2014

The second and final day of Pwn2Own 2014 saw successful attempts by seven entrants against five products, with $450,000 paid to researchers. This brings the two-day payout total to $850,000, not including charitable donations or the value of the laptops, ZDI points, and other prizes given to ...
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Pwn2Own results for Wednesday (Day One)

Admin | March 13, 2014

The first day of Pwn2Own 2014 saw successful attempts by five entrants against five products, with payouts of $400,000 to researchers in the main competition and $82,500 to charity in the Pwn4Fun sponsors-only event.

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