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Two New Chrome 0-Days Under Active Attacks – Update Your Browser

Two More Google Chrome Zero-Days Under Active Attacks: Update Browsing Software

Google Chrome For Android The Next Victim Of Zero-Day – Update Now!

Following Chrome desktop bugs, Google has now patched a zero-day bug in Chrome for Android. Update your phone browsers now.

Folksam data breach leaks info of 1M Swedes to Google, Facebook, more

Folksam, one of the largest insurance companies in Sweden, today disclosed a data breach affecting around 1 million Swedes after sharing customers' personal info with multiple technology giants.

Scammers Abuse Google Drive to Send Malicious Links

Cybercriminals are sending malicious links to hundreds of thousands of users via Google Drive notifications. Because they are sent via Google Drive, the notifications come from Google’s no-reply email address, making them appear more legitimate.

Google reveals a new Windows zero-day bug it says is under active attack

Google has dropped details of a previously undisclosed vulnerability in Windows, which it says hackers are actively exploiting. As a result, Google gave Microsoft just a week to fix the vulnerability. That deadline came and went, and Google published details of the vulnerability this afternoon.

Google employees personal info exposed in law firm data breach

Immigration law firm Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP has disclosed a data breach that exposed current and former Google employees' personal information.

Google Removed Malicious Adblockers Stealing User Data

Google has recently removed two malicious adblockers from the web store after they were found collecting user data. Uninstall them now if you have them running on your device: Nano Adblocker and Nano Defender.

New Chrome 0-day Under Active Attacks – Update Your Browser Now

Chrome version 86.0.4240.111 released to patch several security high-severity issues, including a zero-day vulnerability.

Google’s Waze Can Allow Hackers to Identify and Track Users

A security researcher has discovered a vulnerability in Google’s Waze app that can allow hackers to identify people using the popular navigation app and track them by their location.

Google’s new release of Chrome 85 Fixes 10 Bugs

Recently, Google released a new version of Chrome 85. for Windows, Mac, and Linux, in which Google fixed nearly 10 security bugs

Android 11 — 5 New Security and Privacy Features You Need to Know

Google releases Android 11 with new security and privacy features to ensure users' privacy and protect their smartphones.

Chrome 85 released with security fixes

Chrome 85 is a massive release with numerous features, including a QR code generator, AVIF image support, better protection from mixed content downloads, further securing of same-site cookies, and app shortcuts for PWAs.

Google fixes Gmail bug allowing attackers to send spoofed emails

Google fixed a critical bug affecting Gmail and G Suite that would have allowed attackers to send spoofed malicious emails as any other Google user or enterprise customer.

TikTok Collected Android User Data Using Google-Prohibited Tactic

TikTok has been collecting unique identifiers from millions of Android devices without their users’ knowledge using a tactic previously prohibited by Google because it violated people’s privacy, new research has found.

Chrome 86 experiment hides part of the URL to stop phishing

In its war on the URL bar, Google has announced that in Chrome 86 it will be running an experiment that hides part of the URL path to help users figure out which website they’re on. The firm says that this helps users identify potentially malicious websites.

Google Chrome Browser Bug Exposes Billions of Users to Data Theft

A vulnerability in Google’s Chromium-based browsers would allow attackers to bypass the Content Security Policy (CSP) on websites, in order to steal data and execute rogue code. The bug (CVE-2020-6519) is found in Chrome, Opera and Edge, on Windows, Mac and Android – potentially affecting billions of web users.

Google's PIN-encrypted Android 'Safe Folder' protects crucial documents

Google has introduced a new way for Android users to protect crucial files like ID documents, particularly in developing countries where devices are often shared. Called “Safe Folder” and located in the Files by Google app, it lets you protect documents, images, videos and audio files with a 4-digit PIN code, on top of your Android lock screen security.

Google smart speakers secretly updated to listen for more than wake words

Google Home smart speakers, the company dryly warns in a note buried deep on a support page, can "incorrectly" record their users even when they haven't first said an activating wake phrase like "hey, Google." It just so happens that, at least for a brief period of time this summer, those microphone-enabled devices were doing exactly that.

Malicious 'Blur' Photo App Campaign Discovered on Google Play

Twenty-nine bad mobile apps with a combined 3.5 million downloads bombard users with out-of-context ads.

Chrome 84 released with important security enhancements

Google has released Chrome 84 today, July 14th, 2020, to the Stable desktop channel, and it includes numerous security enhancements and new APIs for developers.

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