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Organizations who deploy Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance (DMARC) will, from now on, be able to increase Gmail recipients’ trust in the emails, newsletters, receipts and offers they send by automatically displaying the company’s logo. This effective indicator that these types of email communication are, indeed, coming from that specific legitimate source is made […]

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It happened one day out of the blue in mid-October. I received a notification that a trip was added to my personal Google calendar — destination: Cebu, Philippines. What? Did I just fall victim to a cyberattack? I logged into my personal Gmail account and found an email with the travel itinerary. I started to […]

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Last year may have been mostly about ransomware, but it’s difficult to forget the billion or so passwords that were spilled in high-profile breaches and credential leaks. Google and researchers from the University of California Berkeley attempted to ease some of that pain, and teamed up to analyze how cybercriminals operating underground markets for stolen […]

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