Shifting to HTTPS is vital for websites, but many organizations are not implementing it properly and leave users at risk as a result.
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At a recent security conference, Google claimed its Verify Apps feature prevented Android users from becoming infected with the Lockdroid ransomware.
Google's Gmail now alerts users when they receive unsecured, unencrypted and unauthenticated emails in an attempt to increase security awareness.
Chrome's safe browsing setting will now warn users about embedded content, such as fake download buttons, that aims to carry out social engineering.
New York City has begun the rollout of its public Wi-Fi kiosks, but corporate users should be aware of potential security risks before connecting.
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.
HTTPS pages will now be preferred by default in Google's search indexing, even when an HTTP version of the website also exists.
Google has recently announced it will not trust Symantec's new root certificate on Chrome, Android and other Google products.
Let's Encrypt has now entered the public beta stage of testing, giving even more organizations access to low-cost HTTPS encryption.