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After a slow-burning romance, HTTPS has recently bloomed into one of security’s great love affairs. Google is a long-time admirer, and in October started plastering “not secure” labels on many sites failing to use HTTPS by default in the Chrome address bar, a tactic meant to persuade more website owners to share its enthusiasm. Read […]

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The December 2017 Android security patches that Google released this week resolve 47 vulnerabilities, including 10 rated Critical severity. The patches affect a variety of platform components and were split into two packages, or security patch levels, as Google calls them. The first addresses 19 vulnerabilities while the second resolves 28 issues. Read More

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Google has discovered and removed from Google Play a number of apps that contained the Tizi backdoor, which installs spyware to steal sensitive data from popular social media applications. Read More

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