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Online testing firm agrees to security audit after inquiry from senator

by Sean Lyngaas

It’s another case of privacy and security risks emerging in technology that is key to adapting to the coronavirus pandemic.

Bad patching practices are a breeding ground for zero-day exploits, Google warns

by Sean Lyngaas

Vulnerabilities can come back to bite you.

How hackers used malicious Chrome extensions in a mass spying campaign

by Sean Lyngaas

The discovery exposes another gap in web browser security despite vendor pledges to block malicious code from download stores.

Google expands Chrome's anti-phishing tools as hackers' obsession with credentials continues

by Jeff Stone

It’s the latest example of a technology company trying to reduce users’ blind reliance on passwords.

Mozilla ups bug bounty rewards to $15,000 on critical sites

by Jeff Stone

Now's your chance to help the Firefox-maker plug any holes that may have slipped passed the security team.

A malicious Tor browser is helping scammers steal bitcoin, researchers say

by Sean Lyngaas

The attacks comes as the Tor Project is trying to enhance trust in the anonymity browser.

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