The August Android Security Bulletin has been published, and it enumerates over 40 security risks that Google recently fixed in the Android OS.
Google is rolling out a number of protections to combat phishing attacks through plug-ins. These verification steps will help users practice due diligence.
Google is changing how it does two-step verification by replacing one-time SMS codes with new features and login protocols.
Two apps that contained LeakerLocker ransomware, which locks and threatens to spread personal data, have been removed from the Google Play Store.
Google recently disclosed 138 Android vulnerabilities, including media framework issues that could enable attackers to execute arbitrary code remotely.
Chrysaor, a variant of Pegasus spyware, has appeared on a small handful of Android devices and surveils users with a variety of techniques.
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.
Hacked site numbers continue to increase, according to Google. Businesses must take steps to ensure their online properties are safe and secure.
A new security flaw and fresh concerns about malware provide further evidence of the need for Android users to remain diligent to external risks.
Google just pushed its email encryption project, E2EMail, to open source. What does this mean for the development of corporate email security?