A proof of concept bypass of Google’s CAPTCHA verification system uses Google’s own web-based tools to pull off the skirting of the system.
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The ramifications of the recent SHA-1 collision attack have extended to Git and the Apache Subversion repository, both of which rely on the outdated and vulnerable hashing algorithm.
Google’s E2EMail Chrome extension brings OpenPGP encryption to Gmail users.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap RSA and discuss the news of the week including the impact of Cloudflare’s “Cloudbleed” bug, Google breaking SHA-1, and more.
Researchers unveiled the first-ever practical collision attack the cryptographic hash function SHA-1.
New file-sharing protocols and interfaces called Upspin have been released to open source. Built by Google, Upspin returns access control and data security to the user.
SMTP Strict Transport Security is coming to major webmail providers this year, a Google engineer said at RSA Conference
Google’s Android security director touts 2016 mobile OS security accomplishments from encryption, improved APIs and new developer testing tools at the RSA Conference.
Google secures its perimeter with explicit trust in what it knows about users and the devices connecting to its corporate services.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the news of the week, including a Microsoft SMB zero day, the latest Netgear router vulnerability, and a new HTTPS milestone.