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WhatsApp is now offering encrypted cloud backups, here's how you can enable it

After more than a year of testing, WhatsApp is finally rolling out the ability to encrypt chat backups before uploading them to Google Drive offering extra security to WhatsApp users.

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

New security measures to keep Google Play safe

Google is announcing two new security measures aimed at minimizing the number of malicious / potentially unwanted apps in the Google Play Store.

Google Launched End-to-End Encryption To Android Messages App

Besides end-to-end encryption, Google also launched Earthquake Alerts feature and more to the Android Messages app with the latest update.

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.

Google makes it harder for Android apps to track users

Google is attempting to rival Apple in the privacy department. After introducing various privacy-related changes in Android 12, it is now making it more difficult for app developers to track users.

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.

4 Major Privacy and Security Updates From Google You Should Know About

Google has announced a number of user-facing and under-the-hood changes in an attempt to boost privacy and security, including rolling out two-factor authentication automatically to all eligible users and bringing iOS-styled privacy labels to Android app listings.

Google wants to enable multi-factor authentication by default

Google strives to push all its users to start using two-factor authentication (2FA), which can block attackers from taking control of their accounts using compromised credentials or guessing their passwords.

Over 750,000 Users Downloaded New Billing Fraud Apps From Google Play Store

Researchers have discovered a new set of fraudulent Android apps in the Google Play store that hijack SMS notifications for billing scams.

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, Apple Both Track Mobile Telemetry Data, Despite Users Opting Out

Google’s Pixel and Apple’s iPhone both in privacy hot seat for siphoning mobile device data without consent.

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!

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