Google’s Project Zero, a team finding security flaws in it’s own products as well as other firms, exposed high severity flaw in macOS kernel.
Team reported that when user-owned mounted filesystem image is modified, the virtual management subsystem is not informed of the changes, making attackers able to take malicious actions without the mounted filesystem knowing about it. For full report, click here.
Also, Project Zero generally report the problems to the manufacturers privately and give them 90 days to resolve the problem before publicly disclosing it, which means that Apple couldn’t — or didn’t — fix the flaw for 90 days.
As a part of the Project Stream tech test from Google, collaborating with Ubisoft, any players who spent more than an hour playing Assassin’s Creed Odyssey in Project Stream between December 13 and January 15 will receive a free copy of the game via their linked Uplay account.
Also, all players participating in Project Stream will receive 1,000 Helix credits ($10 worth of in-game currency).
All game saves and any in-game items earned (via gameplay or purchased with the free Helix credits) will also transfer over to the free PC copy, but any unspent credits will not transfer.
You can participate Google Project Streamhere(US only).