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December 08, 2020
Salesforce recommended users dealing with mixed content issues to skip Chrome upgrades or roll back to older versions of the browser, but the vendor later removed those steps.
August 12, 2020
Kaspersky prevented an attack against a South Korean company back in May that used two zero-day vulnerabilities. One, arguably the more dangerous, focused on Internet Explorer.
December 13, 2019
Chrome's updated, built-in protections are intended to help users protect their passwords and data against malware, data breaches and phishing sites, according to the company.
November 07, 2019
Phishing attacks against the United Nations and humanitarian organizations show how threat actors are weaponizing valid SSL certificates and how hard it is to stop the abuse.
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Transport Layer Security (TLS) is an Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standard protocol that provides authentication, privacy and data integrity between two communicating computer applications. Continue Reading
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SSL/TLS security is continuously improving, and there are steps site owners should take to ensure the safety of their SSL certificates, websites and users. Read on to learn more. Continue Reading
Google Chrome extensions can improve user experience, but they could access a lot of user data. Admins should take control over users' extensions for security and privacy reasons. Continue Reading
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Read up on types of buffer overflow attacks, and learn secure coding best practices that prevent such vulnerabilities, as well as post-deployment steps to keep apps and websites safe. Continue Reading
While many TCP/IP security issues are in the protocol suite's implementation, there are some vulnerabilities in the underlying protocols to be aware of. Continue Reading
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