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6 Ways to Make Chrome More Secure From Cyber Threats

Chrome is one of the safest browsers out there. It actively protects users against malicious websites by notifying them of potential dangers, it has automatic updates, and it generally offers quite good data protection. However, no browser is secure enough for you not to take any extra measures. Pretty much all browsers (and Chrome is […]

Update Google Chrome ASAP to Patch 2 New Actively Exploited Zero-Day Flaws

You should update your Google Chrome browsing software ASAP to patch two newly exploited zero-day vulnerabilities.

Nasty macOS Malware XCSSET Now Targets Google Chrome, Telegram Software

Nasty macOS Malware XCSSET has once again been updated in order to steal sensitive data from a variety of apps, including Chrome and Telegram.

MacOS malware steals Telegram accounts, Google Chrome data

Security researchers have published details about the method used by a strain of macOS malware to steal login information from multiple apps, enabling its operators to steal accounts.

Update Your Chrome Browser to Patch New Zero‑Day Bug Exploited in the Wild

Patch the Google Chrome Web Browser to resolve a new zero-day vulnerability found in the wild

Google Chrome on iOS is getting an enhanced privacy feature

​Google Chrome for iOS now allows you to lock your incognito tabs behind Face ID so other people can't snoop on what sites you are visiting.

Chrome Safe Browsing Feature to Detect Malicious Extensions

Google Chrome's Enhanced Safe Browsing now got upgraded. Google announced that it is rolling out new features to help Enhanced Safe Browsing users better choose their extensions.

A Simple 1-Click Compromised Password Reset Feature Coming to Chrome Browser

Google Chrome browser to offer users a new feature allowing them to identify and reset their compromised passwords with just one-click.

Chrome now automatically fixes breached passwords on Android

Google is rolling out a new Chrome on Android feature to help users change passwords compromised in data breaches with a single tap.

Update Your Chrome Browser to Patch 2 New In-the-Wild 0-Day Exploits

Google patches two security vulnerabilities in Chrome for Windows, Mac, and Linux, both of which it says are under active exploitation.

Google Chrome 90 released with HTTPS as the default protocol

Google has released Chrome 90 today, April 14th, 2021, to the Stable desktop channel, and it includes security improvements, a new AV1 encoder, and the default protocol changed to HTTPS.

Google to Face Lawsuit Over Tracking Users in 'Incognito' Mode

A judge in the US has directed Google to face a class-action lawsuit seeking $5 billion, that claimed the tech giant is tracking and collecting data even when people use 'Incognito' mode

Google Warns Mac, Windows Users of Chrome Zero-Day Flaw

The use-after-free vulnerability is the third Google Chrome zero-day flaw to be disclosed in three months.

New Chrome 0-day Bug Under Active Attacks – Update Your Browser ASAP!

Google today rolled out fixes for yet another zero-day vulnerability in Chrome web browser that is being abused in the wild. Update Your Browser ASAP!

Google Chrome Zero-Day Afflicts Windows, Mac Users

Google warns of a zero-day vulnerability in the V8 open-source engine that's being actively exploited by attackers.

Microsoft rolls out password autofill to iOS, Android, and a new extension

Microsoft is rolling out autofill capabilities to Microsoft Authenticator on iOS and Android. The company also announced a new Autofill extension for Google Chrome.

Google fixes Chrome zero-day actively exploited in the wild

Google has addressed an actively exploited zero-day security vulnerability in the Chrome 88.0.4324.150 version released today, February 4th, 2020, to the Stable desktop channel for Windows, Mac, and Linux users.

Over a Dozen Chrome Extensions Caught Hijacking Google Search Results for Millions

Over a dozen Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browser extensions—dubbed 'CacheFlow' collectively—caught hijacking Google search results.

Chrome OS 88 introduces password-less sign-in for some websites

With Chrome OS 88, you can now sign in to a website that supports WebAuthn by just using the PIN or fingerprint ID you're using to sign in to your Chromebook, no need for your password.

Google to add new password protection features in Chrome 88

Google will add new capabilities to Chrome that will let you fix weak passwords and update your saved passwords in one place. These new updates are coming in the next few weeks as part of Chrome 88.

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