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It’s déjà vu all over again! New month, new Chrome zero-day bug being exploited in the wild.
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Google is playing its cards close to its chest to avoid giving too much away.
If snooping and falsifying web traffic is so easy when plain old HTTP is used, why do we still have HTTP at all?
Google released Chrome 85.0.4183.121 for Windows, Mac, and Linux which comes with a fix for 10 security flaws. Successful exploitation of the vulnerability lets attackers execute arbitrary code in the context of the user. Out of 10 vulnerabilities, 7 of them are reported by external security researchers and three of them by the Google security […]
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A well-written article on the APNIC blog has provoked a thoughtful response from the Chromium coders – and we can all learn from it!
The policies are specifically meant to fight spam, but they outlaw tactics taken by malicious extensions as well, including fake reviews. This post appeared first on Naked Security Blog by…
Here’s the short version: Google just issued a Chrome update with a note that says, “This update includes 1 critical security fix.” This post appeared first on Naked Security Blog…
They were posing as crypto wallets in order to rip off users’ private keys and mnemonic phrases and drain real wallets. Google’s yanked them. This post appeared first on Naked…