Next time when you accidentally or curiously land up on a website with jumbled content prompting you to download a missing font to read the blog by updating the Chrome font pack…
…Just Don’t Download and Install It. It’s a Trap!
Scammers and hackers are targeting Google Chrome users with this new hacking scam that’s incredibly easy to fall for, prompting users to download a fake Google Chrome
Researcher Mariusz Mlynski found and disclosed four high-severity vulnerabilities in Chrome’s Blink rendering engine, earning himself $32,000 through the Chrome Rewards program.
Microsoft followed Google’s lead and said it will soon block Flash Player by default in the Edge browser.
Google released its final SHA-1 deprecation deadlines, and crypto services provider Venafi said that 35 percent of the web is still running weak SHA-1 certificates.
Although over three months remaining, Google has planned a New Year gift for the Internet users, who’re concerned about their privacy and security.
Starting in January of 2017, the world’s most popular web browser Chrome will begin labeling HTTP sites that transmit passwords or ask for credit card details as “Not Secure” — the first step in Google’s plan to discourage the use of sites that
Google Chrome will begin marking some HTTP sites as non-secure in 2017.
Google patched 33 bugs in total in Chrome 53, almost half of which are branded high severity by the company.
Google fixed a whopping 48 security flaws in version 52 of its Chrome web browser.
A Duo Labs report reveals the dangers of unpatched and outdated software used in business world.
Five Chrome bug bounty hunters split $14,000 in rewards as Google patches nine security flaws in its browser, four are labeled “high”.