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Adobe's new Acrobat extensions for Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge provide what the company claims is the most comprehensive set of PDF tools.

Published in Business IT

Hardware authentication provider Yubico has announced its YubiKey Bio Series, the first from its portals to support fingerprint recognition for secure passwordless and second-factor logins.

Published in Security

Search giant Google has taken a swing at European anti-trust regulators over a €4.34 billion (US$5.07 billion, A$6.96 billion) fine imposed on it in 2018 for allegedly breaching anti-trust rules relevant to Android, claiming the authorities had turned a blind eye to Apple, its sole rival in the smartphone space.

Published in Technology Regulation

Global security firm Kaspersky has revealed that targeted attacks against a number of companies, which it noticed in April, initially used a vulnerability in Google's Chrome browser and then linked this to two zero-days in the Microsoft Windows 10 kernel.

Published in Security

Search giant Google has been forced to patch yet another zero-day in its Chrome browser, the fourth this year, but the company has not provided any indicators of compromise or other details n its advisory.

Published in Security

Just a day after an Indian researcher released details of a one-day bug in Google's Chrome browser, a Chinese researcher known as frust has released a zero-day for the same browser.

Published in Security

The companies behind privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo and Norwegian browser Vivaldi have joined the Brave browser chiefs in opposing Google's new experimental ad-targeting technology known as Federated Learning of Cohorts.

Published in Business Intelligence

Users of the Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers have been told that they need not hold too many fears over a one-day vulnerability in the V8 JavaScript engine used by the two applications, but should still patch as and when patches were made available.

Published in Security

Microsoft has issued patches for four remotely-exploitable vulnerabilities in its Exchange Server product, a little more than a month after the company warned of four zero-day exploits being used to attack the application.

Published in Security

The Brave browser will not support Google's experimental new technology for ad targeting, known as Federated Learning of Cohorts, two senior officials from the organisation behind the browser say.

Published in Business Intelligence

Google has begun a trial of its experimental new technology for ad targeting, known as Federated Learning of Cohorts, selecting a random set of users without notifying them, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an organisation that fights for digital rights, says.

Published in Business Intelligence

Google has extended a feature known as Password Checkup, originally available as an extension for its Chrome browser, to Android, with the mobile operating system including the feature from version 9 onwards.

Published in Security

If you're still using the old version of the Edge browser that shipped with earlier versions of Windows 10, you'll soon be upgraded to the new version, with the old no longer supported and set to be uninstalled.

Published in Home Tech

ANALYSIS Google's recent move to limit the use of its APIs in Chrome, such as Chrome sync and Click to Call, appears to be driven by the launch of Microsoft's Edge browser based on the open-source version of Chrome, known as Chromium.

Published in Open Source
Thursday, 17 December 2020 14:58

Avast warns of malware in browser extensions

Security vendor Avast has identified malware hidden in at least 25 third-party Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge extensions. These extensions are associated with big-name sites including Instagram and Facebook.

Published in Security

A client-side vulnerability in the Google Play Core Library, patched by the company in April, is still present in many Android apps because developers are yet to include the patch into these apps.

Published in Security

The authorities at Baltimore County Public Schools, which was hit by ransomware last week, appear to have realised that Windows was a factor in the infection, and have advised students to avoid using Windows-based devices until further notice.

Published in Security

An alliance of British businesses, that is campaigning to stop Google from allegedly controlling the open Web, has asked the UK's Competition and Markets Authority to delay the release of technology by the search firm that is claimed to be able to cement its alleged dominance of online business.

Published in Technology Regulation

Two zero-day bugs in Google's Chrome browser, both of which were being exploited in the wild, have been fixed, according to the company's Project Zero technical lead Ben Hawkes.

Published in Security

Google claims that a bug in its Chrome browser is the reason why deleting cookies from the application does not get rid of cookies from its own sites such as Search and YouTube after the browser is closed and restarted.

Published in Apps

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