It’s the latest example of a technology company trying to reduce users’ blind reliance on passwords.
Google needs you to trust the internet to stay successful.
Google Chrome is enabling a new security feature in response to the set of speculative execution side-channel attacks known as Spectre and Meltdown.
A phishing scam via Facebook Messenger has led to the spread of "FacexWorm."
The fraudulent files, which act like valid code signing certificates, allowed malware to go undetected by most anti-virus scans, Recorded Future says.
EV certificates — the files that tell a browser to show the little green lock — are supposed to make crystal clear who owns a website. There's a way around it, though.