Google Makes Passkeys the Default Sign-in Option

passkey default sign-in option

Google announced today that from now on, passkeys are the default sign-in option across all personal Google Accounts. This means that users can now sign in to their accounts without entering a password or using 2-Step Verification (2SV) when logging in. Read: Google Enables Real-Time Phishing Protection for All Chrome Users Google announced that passkeys […]

Google Enables Real-Time Phishing Protection for All Chrome Users

Real-Time Phishing Protection on Google Chrome

Google is enabling real-time phishing protection for all Chrome users, a move that is expected to significantly improve the browser’s ability to defend against these increasingly sophisticated attacks. New Feature Aims to Protect Users from Evolving Phishing Attacks Phishing attacks are a type of social engineering attack in which attackers attempt to trick users into […]

How to Protect Your Gmail Account from North Korean Hackers

Anyone using Gmail as their primary email service may risk having messages stolen by North Korean hackers. According to a joint cybersecurity advisory from Germany and South Korea, a hacking group known as Kimsuky has been using malicious Chrome extensions to spy on the Gmail account of diplomats, journalists, government agencies, university professors, and politicians. […]

Researcher was rewarded with $70,000 for solving a flaw in Google Pixel Smartphones

Security researcher David Schütz was rewarded by Google after he discovered a serious flaw in the tech giant’s Pixel smartphones. This reward was given in cash and reached $70,000, and although the flaw was reported in June of this year, it was not disclosed until this month as part of the giant’s monthly Android update. […]

Passkeys, the future of passwords

Passwords are a necessary evil. Although they are needed, they can be a real headache. Cybersecurity experts like Eagle Tech Corp recommend having a different one for each account, but this becomes extremely complicated when there are so many to handle. For this reason, “passkeys” is now emerging: a new way of having better control […]

30 apps that distribute malware were found in the Play Store

Downloading apps is something very common on any smartphone and tablet. They have become so popular that applications have been created for PCs, and we cannot ignore the web ones. But in one of the most popular app stores, the Play Store, 30 apps that distribute malware were found. Learn the details in the following […]

Play Store brings back the Android app permissions section

A few weeks ago, Google announced that it was removing the app permissions section in its Android system, and even in the web version of the Play Store. However, these days they decided to retract this change and return to the previous version. Learn more details in the following lines. Read: Risks of connecting to […]

An old Safari vulnerability is still exploited in the wild

Safari is the browser used on all iOS devices. However, an old vulnerability was found to be exploited in the wild earlier this year; it is a bit surprising how old it is, which led the Google Project Zero team to give a very detailed report on this failure. Know the details in the following […]

Emonet malware now attacks Chrome Browser

Emonet malware was widely named during the year 2020. However, after a major operation by the authorities, the attack infrastructure of this Trojan was dismantled. At the end of 2021, it appeared again, and this year it has been very active. It is currently attacking Chrome to steal users’ credit card information, which Google’s browser […]

France says using Google Analytics violates GDPR laws

Europe is making a brutal campaign against the transfer of data from internet users located in the old continent to the American one. On this occasion, France has established that the use of Google Analytics is a violation of GDPR laws in the European Union, following Austria’s footsteps. This is not the only thing that […]