A newly discovered malware program that targets older versions of the Android OS has infected roughly 1.3 million Google accounts, currently breaching devices at a rate of 13,000 victims per day.
A specially crafted webpage could hook a dangling pointer created by Google Chrome and Chromium's speech recognition API object and use it to access a block of memory on a user's machine.
Researchers from Google's Brain division have released an academic paper which details how they were able to get neural networks to create their own encryption standard, and communicate between each other.
Google has released a Content Security Policy Evaluator with the aim of assisting web developers avoid leaving their web applications open to XSS attacks.
Google Play continues to be a playground for cybercriminals with Google recently having to remove four apps from the store because they were distributing a new form of malware dubbed Overseer.
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Google's Project Zero unveiled an Android hacking contest that aims to discover flaws on the Nexus 6P and 5X devices.
Sacre Bleu!: A type of XSS vulnerability has been discovered in the French version of Google
Google is refusing to patch an alleged faulty Login Page after an independent researcher claimed to have spotted a bug.
Google's upcoming chat app is to feature opt-in encrypted chat options, which will use the same technology that forms the basis of Whatsapp and Signal.
Security researchers find malicious versions of Pokemon GO app, while the firm behind new gaming frenzy Pokémon GO, Niantic, apologises for privacy mishaps.
A Google encryption vulnerability could allow bad actors to hijack video content from protected videos.
Three weeks after hijacking Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter and Pinterest accounts, the mischievous OurMine hacking group appears to have briefly seized control of Google CEO Sundar Pichai's Quora account.
Google has introduced a new process that simplifies two-factor authentication for users to secure access to accounts and web-based services.
Google plans to begin phasing out support for Adobe's Flash Player by the end of this year, the search company announced on a Chromium forum.
Changes in policy at information sharing database, VirusTotal, mean that those who don't put in will get nothing back, but some warn that this is merely the old guard of tech world muscling out the new players.
Israel-based cyber-threat specialists Cyberint insists it has found a serious flaw in Google security despite the tech giant's denials that email injection can bypass security filters.
Zscaler researchers spotted an Android infostealer disguised as a Google Chrome update that is capable of terminating antivirus applications and even ending calls.
Google's mysterious project zero have shown that Trend Micro accidentally left a remote debugging tool in several of its products.
Google has instituted a blacklist of untrustworthy certificates for use in the company's browser Chrome.
Apple and Google have once again been deceived into accepting rogue apps on their App stores. The new apps steal a user's Instagram usernames and passwords.
Google has fixed this latest flaw with Android but Trend Micro warns that fragmentation in the Android ecosystem means hackers can still exploit it.
Cyber-security experts are urging Google to make its Android operating system updates available over-the-air to decrease the window of opportunity for vulnerability exploitation.
Alphabet's subsidiary Jigsaw is now offering smaller news outlets DDoS protection as a means to circumvent censorship.
To extend the "right to be forgotten" ruling, Google will start removing certain search results across all domains in the European Union.
Google says Avast introduced a serious security hole when it created its Avastium secure web browser from a Chromium fork.
Google considering following Mozilla and Microsoft footsteps and dropping support for insecure SHA-1 certificates earlier than expected
Google has earmarked $US1 million (£660,000) in grants to help keep its users' files safe in the cloud-based Google Drive.
Google has enabled safe browsing by default in its Android devices in a bid to prevent users accidentally visiting malware-infected websites.
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