Google Takes a Stand Against Revenge Porn

Here’s some good news: Late last week, Google officially joined the ranks of other Internet giants in the fight against “non-consensual pornography”, or more popularly known as revenge porn.

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Google Launches “My Account” Privacy and Security Aid

Google have launched a central repository for all things privacy and security. If you’re new to Google, or just want to take a look around, now is definitely the right time to do it.

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Keygen Capers and Suurgle Surveys

A purported key generator leads to random destinations, some of them bordering on the silly and scammy.

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Bitly Imitation Leads to Malware Download

Bitly, one of the top three popular URL shortening services, is being mimicked by the bad guys to lead users to click and download supposed game cracks (and others). The files turn out to be malicious.

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“WinYahoo” PUP Modifies Chrome Secure Preferences

An interesting PUP known as “WinYahoo” modifies secure settings in Chrome undetected and hijacks browser settings while also installing rogue extensions.

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