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Zoom Patches ‘Zero-Click’ RCE Bug

The Google Project Zero researcher found a bug in XML parsing on the Zoom client and server.

Google Releases Android Update to Patch Actively Exploited Vulnerability

Google releases monthly security patches for Android with fixes for 37 vulnerabilities in various components.

Package Analysis Project: Google will help detect malicious open source packages

Google has pledged support for OpenSSF's Package Analysis Project for open source packages uploaded to popular repositories. It has also published the results which paint a rather interesting picture.

Chrome 101 has the first version of privacy-preserving ad profiling, landing today [Update: Out now!]

Google Chrome 101 is landing in the later hours of today. It is a milestone release because it contains the first implementation of Google's ad profiling mechanisms called the Topics API and FLEDGE.

Google removes apps for secretly copying phone numbers

More than a dozen apps were taken out of its Play Store for harvesting users' phone numbers.

Pervasive Apple Safari Bug Exposes Web-Browsing Data, Google IDs

The information-disclosure issue, affecting Macs, iPhones and iPads, allows a snooping website to find out information about other tabs a user might have open.

Google: We need an EU-US data transfer framework as soon as possible

Google has highlighted the urgent need for a robust EU-US data transfer framework in light of the recent ruling against the use of Google Analytics issued by Austrian data protection authorities.

Multiple Riskware Apps Flood Samsung “Galaxy Store” App Store

The riskware apps may trigger warnings on Google Play Store when downloading, but not on Samsung Galaxy Store.

Malicious Joker App Scores Half-Million Downloads on Google Play

Joker malware was found lurking in the Color Message app, ready to fleece unsuspecting users with premium SMS charges.

Update Google Chrome to Patch New Zero-Day Exploit Detected in the Wild

Update your Google Chrome web browsing software to a patch to a new zero-day vulnerability discovered in the wild.

300.000+ users downloaded malware droppers from Google Play

Malware peddlers have managed to spread four families of Android banking trojans via malware droppers introduced in Google Play.

Italy's Antitrust Regulator Fines Google and Apple for "Aggressive" Data Practices

An Italian antitrust regulator fined Google and Apple for "aggressive" data practices.

Google Caught Hackers Using a Mac Zero-Day Against Hong Kong Users

"The nature of the activity and targeting is consistent with a government backed actor," the Google researchers say.

6 Ways to Make Chrome More Secure From Cyber Threats

Chrome is one of the safest browsers out there. It actively protects users against malicious websites by notifying them of potential dangers, it has automatic updates, and it generally offers quite good data protection. However, no browser is secure enough for you not to take any extra measures. Pretty much all browsers (and Chrome is […]

Google to auto-enroll 150 million user accounts into 2FA

Google announced today that they plan on auto-enrolling 150 million accounts into two-factor authentication by the end of 2021.

Android October patch fixes three critical bugs, 41 flaws in total

Google has released the Android October security updates, addressing 41 vulnerabilities, all ranging between high and critical severity.

Update Google Chrome ASAP to Patch 2 New Actively Exploited Zero-Day Flaws

You should update your Google Chrome browsing software ASAP to patch two newly exploited zero-day vulnerabilities.

WhatsApp is now offering encrypted cloud backups, here's how you can enable it

After more than a year of testing, WhatsApp is finally rolling out the ability to encrypt chat backups before uploading them to Google Drive offering extra security to WhatsApp users.

Nasty macOS Malware XCSSET Now Targets Google Chrome, Telegram Software

Nasty macOS Malware XCSSET has once again been updated in order to steal sensitive data from a variety of apps, including Chrome and Telegram.

MacOS malware steals Telegram accounts, Google Chrome data

Security researchers have published details about the method used by a strain of macOS malware to steal login information from multiple apps, enabling its operators to steal accounts.

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