Google announced a major security enhancement to its public Domain Name Service (DNS), the most widely used public DNS recursive resolver service used on the internet.
Google has released Chrome 71 (version 71.0.3578.80) for Windows, Mac and Linux. The latest update includes 43 security fixes, 13 of them rated High severity and discovered by external researchers.
Google issued Chrome 70 (70.0.3538.110) for Android and also desktop version for Windows, Mac and Linux OS.
Google has released on Wednesday Chrome 70 (version 70.0.3538.67) for Windows, Mac and Linux desktop.
Google has announced the sunsetting of the consumer version of Google+, as well as additional findings and actions from an operational review of its privacy controls dubbed "Project Strobe."
Google has released security update for Chrome 69.0.3497.92 for Windows, Mac, and Linux that addresses one High and one Medium severity vulnerabilities.
Google released Chrome 68 (68.0.3440.70) for Android and will be available on Google Play in the upcoming weeks. The update includes a fix for an Autofill issue.
Thousands of organizations are leaking sensitive email according to researchers from Kenna Security. The root cause is a widespread misconfiguration of Google Groups, a web forum used as part of Google’s G Suite of workspace tools.
Google has released Chrome 67 (version 67.0.3396.62) for Windows, Mac and Linux OS. The update includes 34 security fixes that address numerous vulnerabilities that could allow a remote attacker to take control of a victim's computer.