Microsoft patches two zero-days exploited by FruityArmor, SandCat hacking groups
Both bugs are known as elevation of privilege vulnerabilities, and could allow outsiders to manipulate Windows machines into authorizing an action that should not be allowed.
Can Google's security push overcome the public's eroded trust?
Confusion and exasperation with the state of basic consumer hygiene may be doing more damage than a breach ever could.
Google researchers uncover two zero-days affecting Chrome, Windows
Both vulnerabilities could allow hackers to escape the “sandboxes” that software programs use as safeguards against malicious activity.
Google wants Chrome users to avoid ‘boring’ security problems with new extension
Google needs you to trust the internet to stay successful.
Russian disinformation ops were bigger than we thought
The reports, released by the Senate Intelligence Committee, represent the most comprehensive independent analyses of the 2016 Russian disinformation effort.
New flaw prompts Google to shut down Google+ for consumers within 90 days
The new farewell date for the consumer version of Google+ will come four months early after Google discovered a privacy bug affecting 52.5 million accounts.