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Posted by Harshvardan Sharma, Information Security Engineer, Google Last year, we announced a yearly Google Cloud Platform (GCP) VRP Prize to promote security research of GCP. Since then, we’ve received many interesting entries as part of this new initiative from the security research community. Today, we are announcing the winner as well as several updates...
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Posted by Siddharth Bhai and Ryan Hurst, Product Managers, Google Cloud  Over the last few years, we’ve seen the use of Transport Layer Security (TLS) on the web increase to more than 96% of all traffic seen by a Chrome browser on Chrome OS. That’s an increase of over 35% in just four years, as...
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Google Online Security Blog: How Google Play Protect kept users safe in 2019 Posted by Rahul Mishra, Program Manager, Android Security and Privacy Team Through 2019, Google Play Protect continued to improve the security for 2.5 billion Android devices. Built into Android, Play Protect scans over 100 billion apps every day for malware and other...
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Google Online Security Blog: FuzzBench: Fuzzer Benchmarking as a Service Posted by Jonathan Metzman, Abhishek Arya, Google OSS-Fuzz Team and László Szekeres‎, Google Software Analysis Team We are excited to launch FuzzBench, a fully automated, open source, free service for evaluating fuzzers. The goal of FuzzBench is to make it painless to rigorously evaluate fuzzing...
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Google Online Security Blog: Helping Developers with Permission Requests Posted by Sai Teja Peddinti, Nina Taft and Igor Bilogrevic from PDPO Applied Privacy Research, and Pauline Anthonysamy from Android Security and Privacy. User trust is critical to the success of developers of every size. On the Google Play Store, we aim to help developers boost...
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Posted by Jon Markoff, Staff Developer Advocate, Android Security Have you ever tried to encrypt data in your app? As a developer, you want to keep data safe, and in the hands of the party intended to use. But if you’re like most Android developers, you don’t have a dedicated security team to help encrypt...
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Gmail protects your incoming mail against spam, phishing attempts, and malware. Our existing machine learning models are highly effective at doing this, and in conjunction with our other protections, they help block more than 99.9% of threats from reaching Gmail inboxes. One of our key protections is our malware scanner that processes more than 300...
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Google Online Security Blog: Disruptive ads enforcement and our new approach Posted by Per Bjorke, Senior Product Manager, Ad Traffic Quality As part of our ongoing efforts — along with help from newly developed technologies — today we’re announcing nearly 600 apps have been removed from the Google Play Store and banned from our ad...
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Posted by Christiaan Brand, Product Manager, Google Cloud  Security keys provide the strongest protection against phishing attacks. That’s why they are an important feature of the Advanced Protection Program that provides Google’s strongest account protections for users that consider themselves at a higher risk of targeted, sophisticated attacks on their personal or work Google Accounts....
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Google Online Security Blog: How we fought bad apps and malicious developers in 2019 Posted by Andrew Ahn, Product Manager, Google Play + Android App Safety [Cross-posted from the Android Developers Blog] Google Play connects users with great digital experiences to help them be more productive and entertained, as well as providing app developers with...
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Posted by Joe DeBlasio, Chrome security team Today we’re announcing that Chrome will gradually ensure that secure (HTTPS) pages only download secure files. In a series of steps outlined below, we’ll start blocking “mixed content downloads” (non-HTTPS downloads started on secure pages). This move follows a plan we announced last year to start blocking all...
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Posted by Elie Bursztein, Security & Anti-abuse Research Lead, and Jean-Michel Picod, Software Engineer, Google  Today, FIDO security keys are reshaping the way online accounts are protected by providing an easy, phishing-resistant form of two-factor authentication (2FA) that is trusted by a growing number of websites, including Google, social networks, cloud providers, and many others....
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Posted by Natasha Pabrai, Jan Keller, Jessica Lin, Anna Hupa, and Adam Bacchus, Vulnerability Reward Programs at Google Our Vulnerability Reward Programs were created to reward researchers for protecting users by telling us about the security bugs they find. Their discoveries help keep our users, and the internet at large, safe. We look forward to...
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Posted by Christiaan Brand, Product Manager, Google Cloud and Kaiyu Yan, Software Engineer, Google Phishing—when an online attacker tries to trick you into giving them your username and password—is one of the most common causes of account compromises. We recently partnered with The Harris Poll to survey 500 high-risk users (politicians and their staff, journalists,...
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Posted by Maya Kaczorowski, Product Manager, Container Security and Aaron Small, Product Manager, GKE On-Prem Security At Google, we care deeply about the security of open-source projects, as they’re such a critical part of our infrastructure—and indeed everyone’s. Today, the Cloud-Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced a new bug bounty program for Kubernetes that we helped...
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Bread apps typically fall into two categories: SMS fraud (older versions) and toll fraud (newer versions). Both of these types of fraud take advantage of mobile billing techniques involving the user’s carrier. SMS Billing Carriers may partner with vendors to allow users to pay for services by SMS. The user simply needs to text a...
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