Posts Tagged ‘Google’

Google Halts Use of Symantec Certificates

Google is going to stop trusting all of Symantec’s existing certificates in Chrome. Symantec and some subsidiaries and WebTrust audited
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Google Gives Users Cloud Key Control

Google wants to give users more control over the encryption of their data by letting them supply their own keys.
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Four Charged with Yahoo Hack Attack

Two officers of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) and two other people are facing charges for computer hacking, economic
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Google Release Chrome 57

Google moved the Chrome 57 web browser to the stable channel for all supported operating systems. Chrome 57.0.2987.98 is the
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Easy to Beat AI Platform

Google’s new machine learning-based system to identify toxic comments in online discussion forums can end up bypassed by simply misspelling
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Google Fixes Android Vulnerabilities

Google released a set of monthly security patches for Android that fix over 100 vulnerabilities, where more than 33 percent
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Chrome MacOS Users get Malware Protection

Google expanded its safe browsing protections to macOS devices by hiking defenses against unwanted software and malware targeting the Apple operating
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Google Play Removes Infected Apps

Google removed 132 Android apps from Google Play because, unbeknownst to their developers, they had hidden iFrames that linked to
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Google Open Source’s E2EMail

Google donated the E2EMail, an experimental end-to-end encryption system, to the open source community. E2EMail ended up developed by Google
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Google Releases IE, Edge Vulnerability

Google released details about a serious vulnerability in the Internet Explorer and Edge browsers. The report also contains proof of
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