Google has abruptly pulled over 500 Chrome extensions from its Web Store that researchers discovered were stealing browsing data and executing click fraud and malvertising.
The malicious Chrome extensions were secretly collecting users' browser data and redirecting them to malware-laced websites.
From March, the Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Edge browsers will show warnings when users visit websites that only support TLS versions 1.0 or 1.1.
The Dashlane Password Manager browser extension was suddenly removed from the Chrome web store this weekend.
Google has announced a timetable for phasing out insecure file downloads in the Chrome browser starting with desktop version 81 due next month.
File downloads like images or executables may not be delivered over HTTPS - even if they are available from an HTTPS website.
Version 80 of the Chrome browser is out with some new features designed to save your security and your sanity.
Mozilla’s policy is unambiguous - add-ons must be self-contained and not load remote code, which opens up the user to all sorts of risks.
Someone at LastPass must be feeling 5!ck as a p4rr0t right now, after human error meant that its browser extension was accidentally deleted from the Chrome web store.
Although an embarrassing goof, it’s something of a storm in a teacup security-wise.
Google has updated its Smart Lock to let iOS users security-dongle-ize their iPhones.
Google doesn't want to block third-party cookies in Chrome right now. It has promised to make them obsolete later, though. Wait - what?