Google recently announced that the Chrome browser will soon start flagging every site not using HTTPS encryption as "not secure."
Malicious Chrome and Firefox extensions that block their removal in order to hijack a user's browser to drive clicks up on YouTube videos and hijack searchers are automatically infecting user devices.
More than a half-million workstations at major global organisations were recently found infected with malicious Chrome web browser extensions that were likely used to commit click fraud and SEO manipulation.
The first patch Tuesday of 2018 has Adobe issuing its first patch for the new year, a lone entry for Flash Player rated as "important".
Google issued patches for 37 security issues in Chrome, with one being rated critical and six considered high risks, with the release of Chrome 63.0.3239.84.
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.
Google reported it has updated Chrome to version 51.0.2704.79 for Windows, Mac, and Linux with a total of 15 security fixes, including two high and five medium threats, being patched.
Zscaler researchers spotted an Android infostealer disguised as a Google Chrome update that is capable of terminating antivirus applications and even ending calls.
Google says Avast introduced a serious security hole when it created its Avastium secure web browser from a Chromium fork.
A malicious Google Chrome extension forces users to install it via its irritating installation popups and then spies on browser histories and sends them to a remote server.
Browsing histories and other data is being exposed on the internet by a Google Chrome extension that AVG AntiVirus inevitably installs on user's systems.
Google will end support for Chrome on 32-bit Linux, Ubuntu Precise (12.04) and Debian 7 - to "provide the best experience for the most-used Linux versions".
Google will no longer offer Chrome support for Windows XP, Vista and several older versions of Mac OS X, the company announced, as it released several Chrome and Chrome OS updates.
ICYMI: hospital in email breach; crashing Chrome; Symantec purges; ICO more free; Apple apps snapped
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Chrome 45, Google's newest version, patches 29 vulnerabilities.
Persistent problems are plaguing the Google engineers who developed an anti-phishing extension for Chrome.
This week's In Case You Missed It column looks the top stories on SC from the past week, including an online battle between Anonymous and ISIS, a takeover of a French TV network and demystifying claims of 'advanced' cyber-attacks.
Discovery of data theft leads to Google pulling more than 200 dodgy extensions from Chrome Web Store.
Google has souped up its two-factor authentication (2FA) login process with the launch of Security Key, a physical USB that only works after verifying the login site is truly a Google website.
The tech giant removed browser extensions from its Chrome store after finding that both hosted malware serving up intrusive ads.
Google has launched a new version of its Chrome web browser which includes 50 security fixes. Chrome has more than 750 million active users worldwide and rivals Internet Explorer as the world's most popular web browser.