In response to alleged violations, Google announced that its Chrome web browser will not trust an SSL certificate from Symantec for more than 279 days.
A malicious Google Chrome extension is making the rounds to deliver malvertising. Here's how it works and how to avoid getting scammed.
Google launched its own root certificate authority as part of a push to implement the secure web protocol HTTPS across all its services and products.
A new cross-browser fingerprinting technique has the ability to identify user hardware. Is there any way for users to stay anonymous anymore?
A browser test conducted by NSS Labs revealed that Microsoft Edge is more capable of blocking SEM and phishing than Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
First organized in 2005, The CA/Browser Forum is a voluntary group of certification authorities (CAs), vendors of internet browser software and suppliers of other applications that use X.509 v.3 digital certificates for SSL/TLS and code signing. In...
The new Google API allows a network service to obtain a hardware-backed cryptographic guarantee of the identities of a device and the user accessing it.
HTML5 isn't perfect, but Flash simply can't complete. The HTML5 update will result in reduced power consumption and faster load times.
Chrome's safe browsing setting will now warn users about embedded content, such as fake download buttons, that aims to carry out social engineering.
Subpar APIs in one of AVG's Chrome extensions could wind up exposing user browsing history or even turn the extension into a vessel for malware.