Google Play Protect has just rolled out to Android user devices, further beefing up their security.
This National Internet Safety Month, Google launches Be Internet Awesome, a campaign that aims to teach kids to explore the internet safely, smartly, and confidently. Who said that learning internet safety should be technical and boring?
There’s a very clever phishing scam going around at the moment involving Google Docs App. Originally thought to be targeting journalists given the sheer number of them mentioning it on their Twitter feeds, it’s also been slinging its way across unrelated mailboxes – from orgs to schools/campuses.
A lite version of the popular mobile app Facebook has been infected with Android/Trojan.Spy.FakePlay.
Google Chrome may be one of the more secure browsers but an increasing number of malicious extensions are being forced onto users. The one we analyze can hide itself and receive commands from a remote server in order to hijack the browser with incessant offers, fraud and even tech support scams.
Ad fraud is a billion dollar problem for advertisers. When real users are tricked into clicking on ads they can’t even see, (almost) everyone loses.
Gooligan is a mobile malware targeting Android OS devices, many of which are susceptible to long known exploits, such as VROOT (CVE-2013-6282) and Towelroot (CVE-2014-3153).
Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Microsoft have taken up the mantle to curb harmful speech on their platforms. The latest company to join this cause is Instagram, the popular image-sharing social media network among teens.