An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: Last week, Facebook faced criticism that the platform’s habit for surfacing fake news contributed to the election of Donald Trump — a claim Mark Zuckerberg denied. This week, Google faces a…
As the old adage goes, the devil’s in the details, so here they are.
Academics audited the popular end-to-end encryption app Signal and their findings are encouraging.
Google is toughening its Safe Browsing policies for sites that won’t clean up their act
An anonymous reader writes: Google’s Safe Browsing service will now brand sites which fall victim to malware repeatedly as “repeat offenders.” When a site is identified as serving malware — which usually occurs via an SQL injection attack or through…
Google’s Safe Browsing program expands to include “Repeat Offender” websites in blacklisting program.
Earlier this week, the headlines flashed with news that Google had disclosed a vulnerability to Microsoft that allows local privilege escalation in Windows 10.