Mariusz Mlynski is having a May to remember, earning $30,000 in bounties from Google for vulnerabilities he discovered and disclosed, on top of another $15,500 earlier this month from the same program.
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Google Allo has an end-to-end encryption capability powered by Signal, but it’s not turned on by default because it would interfere with an artificial intelligence powering Google Assistant.
Google announced this week that it will begin to disable SSLv3 and RC4 a month from now, on June 16.
Google has announced that hacker-favorite Adobe Flash Player will no longer, as of Q4, be the default in Chrome. Instead, Chrome will default to HTML5.
On Tuesday Google flipped the switch on default HTTPS support for its blog publishing service Blogspot, upping the security ante for millions of its bloggers.
Google’s monthly patch release has a new name, and a slew of old bugs in Mediaserver.
A phony Google update is moving malware onto Android devices. The malware harvests call and SMS information and can steal credit card data.
Google released its annual Android Security Report, a state of the union on the Android ecosystem.
Google determined that Safe Browsing warnings correlate with quicker remediation times, though not as quick as direct contact with webmasters who have registered with Google Search Console.
Google put app developers on notice last week, urging them to comply with a new set of privacy policies designed to better promote transparency it plans on enforcing this summer.