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Google will push users to abandon SMS two-step verification to avoid security risks

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Google Inc. is pushing users to switch from messaging-based two-step login verification to a phone-based service instead as a way to bypass the security risks of Simple Messaging Service authentication services. Beginning this week, Google will invite users of its existing so-called SMS 2-SV service to use a different login…

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Google Bolsters Security Features in WebView for Android

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Google has added a couple of security updates to the WebView feature in Android for displaying web content inside a mobile application. The updates are designed to better protect mobile applications from browser-borne threats and will become available in the WebView that is integrated with Android O, the next version…

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Google will pay hackers $200,000 for finding bug in Android

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Google will pay hackers $200,000 for finding bug in Android

Alphabet’s Google will start paying hackers up to $200,000 who report vulnerabilities in its mobile operating system Android. Android is known for its poor security issues, especially with the older versions of the OS. Although, the latest build of Android are vastly secure than what Google was putting out on…

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INTERNET GIANTS DUPED Google and Facebook lose ‘£77million after falling for phishing scam sending cash to Lithuanian conman’

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ GOOGLE and Facebook have admitted they were conned out of an alleged $100million (£77million) in a phishing scam. The two world’s biggest companies fell victim after a Lithuanian man allegedly tricked …

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Google Researcher Reveals Flaw In Android And iOS That Can Be Hacked Via Wi-Fi

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

No software is 100 percent watertight. A serious bug can pop up anytime that will leave your devices vulnerable. Just like what a Google Project Zero researcher has discovered. Gal Beniamini found a serious security flaw in Wi-Fi chipsets of …

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Google patches Chrome bug from fizzled Pwn2Own hack

Google yesterday updated Chrome to patch several vulnerabilities, including a bug in the browser’s JavaScript engine that a Chinese team tried to exploit at a recent hacking contest. The update to version 57.0.2987.133 contained fixes for five vulnerabilities, one marked … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures

Check Point Delivers Advanced Cloud Security to Google Cloud Platform

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Check Point® Software Technologies Ltd. (CHKP) today introduced Check Point vSEC for Google Cloud Platform, delivering advanced security integrated with Google Cloud Platform. With this release, Check Point joins the Google Cloud Technology Partner Program and continues its industry leadership …

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Hackers target Google Chrome users

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans A number of people have taken to their social media accounts to warn against a new hack, which is targeting Google Chrome users. Those affected reported seeing a pop-up, prompting them to download and install a ‘missing font’ file. Clicking … The post Hackers target Google […]

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Hackers could use hidden mal-audio to attack Google Now

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Scientists say pseudo artificial intelligence, machine learning interfaces like Amazon’s Alexa and Google Now, can be easily hacked through bogus voice commands. There’s a fabulous story about a slew of Amazon Echo devices that took it upon themselves to order …

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Google Gmail Restrictions May Force Hackers To Look For New Method Of Malware Distribution

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Google Gmail Restrictions May Force Hackers To Look For New Method Of Malware Distribution

Google Gmail is getting more serious about cybersecurity matters. Starting next month, Gmail will start blocking Javascript attachments in emails for security reasons. The search engine company made the big announcement on the G Suite Updates Blog. Reduce Malicious Attacks, …

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