Google Chrome

HUGE Google Chrome Spyware Ring: 111 Add-ons,15K Domains

Thought Google Chrome was safe? Think again. Researchers find enormous mess of browser extensions that spy on you ...
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DNS over TLS and DNS over HTTPS

DNS over TLS and DNS over HTTPS

By Jamie Brim, Corelight Security Researcher In this post, we’ll explore DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH). DoT and DoH were invented to address privacy concerns associated with cleartext ...

The light shines even brighter: Updates to Corelight’s Encrypted Traffic Collection

By Vince Stoffer, Senior Director, Product Management, Corelight With Corelight’s latest software release, v19, we are excited to announce the expansion of our Encrypted Traffic Collection (ETC). The ETC was introduced in ...

DevSecOps Delivered: Nexus IQ Google Chrome Extension

In this episode of DevSecOps Delivered, you'll learn how to use the Nexus IQ Chrome Extension to evaluate open source components in your browser. With the Nexus IQ Chrome extension you can: ...
Chrome

COVID-19 Fears Bring Google Chrome Dev to Screeching Halt

The novel coronavirus is making Googlers work from home. “Adjusted work schedules” mean the Chrome teams will focus only on security updates, for now ...
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Chrome extensions

500+ Google Chrome Extensions Stealing Your Data for Years

Security researchers just found a huge cache of malicious Chrome extensions, infecting millions of browsers ...
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Hey Alexa, Whats a Phone Book?

“Hey Alexa, What’s a Phone Book?”

Recently, my husband came home from his day at work and during our normal evening conversation, I asked, “How was work today?” His reply was, “It was alright, we had another order ...
Browser Updates Round-Up: Continuing the Push for HTTPS Everywhere

Browser Updates Round-Up: Continuing the Push for HTTPS Everywhere

Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are updating how SSL/HTTPS sites are displayed to users, continuing their initiative to move all internet traffic to HTTPS Google and Mozilla have recently announced... The post ...
Android 0-Day exploit granting attackers root access found running in the wild

Android 0-Day exploit granting attackers root access found running in the wild

A new zero-day vulnerability was identified in the vanilla Android operating system, affecting a large number of users and devices. The exploit has likely already been used in the wild by the ...