The team of hackers will look for threats, mainly on 'zero-day vulnerabilities' such as the recent 'heartbleed' bug, in the most popular software such as Google Chrome and Internet Explorer.
He added that Project Zero would conduct its work transparently, with all bugs being filed in a public database after first being passed on to the software's vendor for fixing.
Public disclosure will also give users the opportunity to monitor how long companies take to resolve vulnerabilities, the report added. (ANI)
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