This video by ReVuln demonstrates a 0-day vulnerability in Smart TV, in this case a Samsung TV LED 3D.
Following in the footsteps of French Vupen Security, Malta-based start-up ReVuln has also decided to sell information about zero-day vulnerabilities to companies and governments instead of sharing it with the developers of the flawed software and hardware.
The good news is that the exploit costs $50,000 which limits the purchase of it to defense contractors, nation states and some criminal organizations that may be able to recoup the cost of purchase.
Russian based security company Group-IB announced a new zero day vulnerability in Adobe Reader 10 and 11.
Less that a week after Microsoft released is long awaited Windows 8, with new and improved security features, French bug hunters VUPEN Security have announced that they have created an exploit for the new OS version that takes advantage of several zero-day flaws: In the light of this discovery, the tweet that VUPEN CEO and head researcher Chaouki Bekrar posted upon the OS's release seems almost to mock Microsoft's efforts.
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