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Google Chrome updates trigger false positives in Microsoft Defender

Google Chrome updates trigger false positives in Microsoft Defender

If you've recently seen Microsoft Defender for Endpoint flagging Google Chrome upgrades as suspicious, know that it was a false positive. You shouldn't be concerned. Chrome isn't infected; Defender was simply malfunctioning. Multiple Windows system administrators reported that Defender for Endpo... Read more

date10 months ago
Cookieless world a bad fit for around 55% of corporations

Cookieless world a bad fit for around 55% of corporations

A study shows how the majority of businesses are not equipped to handle a world void of cookies. About 81% - an overwhelming majority – of businesses use third-party data. Also, more than 54% of companies reported they aren't fully prepared for the cookieless world. Both Mozilla's Firefox a... Read more

date10 months ago
Chrome and Edge were both hit by a V8 confusion vulnerability

Chrome and Edge were both hit by a V8 confusion vulnerability

Due to discovering a vulnerability with an exploit in the wild, Google is encouraging users on Windows, macOS, and Linux to upgrade their Chrome builds to version 99.0.4844.84. Because of the vulnerability and its potential complications, Google is keeping quiet about specifics. "CVE-2022-1... Read more

date11 months ago
Major browser developers partner up to improve interoperability

Major browser developers partner up to improve interoperability

Google, Microsoft, Apple and Mozilla are joining forces to improve web technology shared by browser platforms. To this end, the tech giants launched Interop 2022, a standard for web technology implementations. Over time, Interop 2022 should improve the interoperability of web apps in different b... Read more

date11 months ago
Microsoft announces new updates for One Note web app and Teams

Microsoft announces new updates for One Note web app and Teams

OneNote web app is getting new improvements. According to Microsoft, the new improvements include enhanced copy and paste functions, tweaks on background picture setting, the capability to modify the sizes of embedded videos, new mode switcher, improved zooming capabilities, backtracking features, ... Read more

date12 months ago
Microsoft no longer supports Android Office apps on Chromebooks

Microsoft no longer supports Android Office apps on Chromebooks

Microsoft will discontinue support for its native Android Office apps on Chromebooks starting September. The company advises users to switch to its web-based Office.com and Outlook.com apps by September 18. Microsoft will not stop offering native Office apps for other Android platforms beyond th... Read more

date1 year ago
Chrome 92 is here with bug fixes and new features

Chrome 92 is here with bug fixes and new features

Google has released Chrome version 92, with several fixes for highly severe flaws and new privacy features. Chrome for iOS now lets users lock their incognito tabs with Touch ID, FaceID, and a passcode. To enable this, one has to navigate to the settings> privacy> lock incognito tabs. T... Read more

date2 years ago

Google researchers discover new zero-day attack vectors

They found malware campaigns that exploited previously unknown flaws in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and WebKit. Google released information this week about four zero-day security vulnerabilities that they found "in the wild" earlier this year. Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG) and Projec... Read more

date2 years ago
Chrome will now warn you when you download questionable files

Chrome will now warn you when you download questionable files

Google is rolling out new safety features for Chrome, designed to make it easier to recognize when you are about to download questionable files and extensions. The team behind it built upon the Enhanced Safe Browsing feature which was launched last year to catch phishing attacks. When it comes t... Read more

date2 years ago
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