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Posts Tagged ‘Google Apps’

Still Using Google Talk? Google To Turn Service Off

Google made a valiant effort to unify the world of internet chat with the release of Google Talk. Unfortunately, the other companies operating in that space were not interested in playing nice. ...

Lost Your Car? Google Maps Might Help

Google Maps has, for years now, been the savior of directionally challenged people everywhere, and it just got even better. Thanks to a new update that was made without fanfare, it will ...

Ransomware On Mobile Devices Is Climbing At An Alarming Rate

Remember in the ancient past, two years ago, when Ransomware first made its appearance, infecting hospitals and banks? That’s still happening, of course. But now, the hackers have a new target: mobile ...

GMAIL Disables Ability To Send Javascript File Attachments

If you have a Gmail account, then you probably already know that you can’t attach .exe, .jar, or .pif files to any emails you send. Until recently, Javascript files were allowed, but ...

Use Google Chrome? New Font Not Found Message Potentially Malware

There’s a nasty new form of Malware making the rounds that targets Chrome users, so if that’s your browser of choice, be warned that if you’re not careful, you could wind up ...

Android HummingBad Malware Back, Now Called HummingWhale

It is an article of faith that Google’s Play Store and Apple’s iStore are the two safest sources for downloading apps. As good as their security routines are, however, they’re not perfect, ...

Email PDF Attachment Might Be Gmail Phishing Scam

There’s a new phishing scam making the rounds, made noteworthy by the fact that it is especially convincing. What makes it so convincing is the lengths the hackers go to in order ...

Adobe Flash May Soon End On Google Chrome

Adobe’s beleaguered Flash player may finally be seeing its last days, at least if Google has anything to say about it. The player has been exceedingly popular, and at its peak, a ...

Android Users Infected By Malware Threat Known As Hummingbad

Most people engaged in legitimate business have no idea just how profitable hacking can be. Hummingbad is a case in point. Part of the “Hummer” family of Trojans, this bit of malware ...

Ransomware Is Now Hitting Mobile Phones

Ransomware has become one of the fastest growing cybercrimes of 2016. Worse, these attacks are growing in their sophistication, and the hackers deploying ransomware have been upping their game by branching out ...