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Posts Tagged ‘Google’

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 ...

Many Popular Smartphones Are Shipping With Malware

Have you recently purchased an Android phone? Depending on the brand and where you got it, you may have purchased a device pre-loaded with malware. So far, two unidentified vendors have been ...

Google Fights Back Against Adware On The Google Play Store

Given the fact that smart phones are about to eclipse PCs as the King of the digital world, threats against smart devices are garnering increasing attention, and the biggest players in the ...

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 ...

Gmail No Longer Supports Windows XP, Vista

If, for some reason, you’re still running Windows XP or Vista, you probably already know that it’s well past time to upgrade. Microsoft officially ended support months ago, even for critical updates, ...

Chrome OS May Get Some Competition From Windows 10 Cloud

Windows hasn’t had much luck with scaled down operating systems, but there have been hints that the company is about to try again. This time, the company will try with a product ...

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, ...

Some Browsers Are Providing Autofill Information To Websites Through Vulnerability

It seems like every week that passes, we become aware of some new threat to security online. In fact, it’s gotten so bad that a slowly increasing number of Americans are simply ...