Google has gone public with details about a Microsoft Edge vulnerability that attackers could abuse and bypass one of the browser's security features —Arbitrary Code Guard (ACG).
Google announced earlier today plans to mark all HTTP sites as "Not Secure" in Chrome, starting with July 2018, when the company plans to release Google Chrome 68.
Just three months after Princeton researchers were warning users of the dangers of "session replay" attacks, developers of malicious Chrome extensions have incorporated this "trick" into their latest "releases."
Future versions of Google Chrome will feature built-in support for lazy loading, a mechanism to defer the loading of images and iframes if they are not visible on the user's screen at load time.
Google says it removed over 700,000 bad or malicious apps from the Play Store in 2017, up 70% from 2016.
Google has released Chrome 64 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android, and this new Chrome version brings improvements to the browser's built-in ad blocker, a bunch of developer and web standards-related changes.
As part of its Grow with Google program, Google has created an IT Support certification program based on the same methods that they use train their own employees. Called the Google IT Support Professional Certificate, this certification aims to prepares people for an entry level job in the information technology support field.
Security researchers from US cyber-security firm ICEBRG have spotted four Chrome extensions featuring malicious code that were available through the official Chrome Web Store.
Google has published details about a new coding technique created by the company's engineers that any developer can deploy and prevent Spectre attacks.
Google has just published details on two vulnerabilities named Meltdown and Spectre that in the company's assessment affect "every processor [released] since 1995."
Google has removed 36 Android apps that snuck into the official Play Store, posing as security and performance boosting apps, but which only contained code to mimic the behavior of such apps.
Google is set to activate Chrome's built-in ad blocker on February 15, according to an announcement the browser maker made today.
A Google security researcher has found and helped patch a severe vulnerability in Keeper, a password manager application that Microsoft has been bundling with some Windows 10 distributions this year.
After many years, Google has finally released an updated version of their SEO Starter Guide. This guide is a resource for webmasters that contains Google's recommendations on how to make sure web sites are search-engine-friendly.
Google security researcher Ian Beer has published proof-of-concept code for a rooting exploit that works both iOS and macOS devices.
Google Chrome 63, which shipped yesterday evening, arrived with a new experimental feature called Strict Site Isolation that according to Google engineers is an additional security layer on top of Chrome's built-in sandboxing technology.
Google has started rolling out version 63 of its Chrome browser for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android users. Most changes in this version address under-the-hood features and bring speed improvements and better support for web standards.
A vulnerability codenamed ParseDroid affects development tools used by Android app developers and allows attackers to steal files and execute malicious code on vulnerable machines.
Google announced plans to crack down on Android applications that fail to warn users when they are collecting personal data. The OS maker is giving app developers 60 days to fix their issues and update apps with notifications of their full practices. In case app developers fail to comply, Google will take it upon itself to warn users