The latest news and insights from Google on security and safety on the Internet
November 7, 2019
GWP-ASan: Sampling heap memory error detection in-the-wild
Posted by Vlad Tsyrklevich, Dynamic Tools Team Memory safety errors, like use-after-frees and out-of-bounds reads/writes, are a leading so...
November 6, 2019
The App Defense Alliance: Bringing the security industry together to fight bad apps
Posted by Dave Kleidermacher, VP, Android Security & Privacy Fighting against bad actors in the ecosystem is a top priority for Google...
November 5, 2019
OpenTitan - open sourcing transparent, trustworthy, and secure silicon
Posted by Royal Hansen, Vice President, Google and Dominic Rizzo, OpenTitan Lead, Google Cloud Security begins with secure infrastructure...
October 31, 2019
How Google adopted BeyondCorp: Part 4 (services)
Posted by Guilherme Gonçalves, Site Reliability Engineer and Kyle O'Malley, Security Engineer Intro This is the final post in a ser...
October 30, 2019
Protecting against code reuse in the Linux kernel with Shadow Call Stack
Posted by Sami Tolvanen, Staff Software Engineer, Android Security & Privacy Team The Linux kernel is responsible for enforcing muc...
October 17, 2019
Improving Site Isolation for Stronger Browser Security
Posted by Charlie Reis, Site Isolator The Chrome Security team values having multiple lines of defense. Web browsers are complex, and mal...
October 14, 2019
USB-C Titan Security Keys - available tomorrow in the US
Posted by Christiaan Brand, Product Manager, Google Cloud Securing access to online accounts is critical for safeguarding private, finan...
October 3, 2019
No More Mixed Messages About HTTPS
Posted by Emily Stark and Carlos Joan Rafael Ibarra Lopez, Chrome security team Today we’re announcing that Chrome will gradually start e...
October 1, 2019
Chrome UI for Deprecating Legacy TLS Versions
Posted by Chris Thompson, Chrome security team [Cross-posted from the Chromium blog ] Last October we announced our plans to remove sup...
September 17, 2019
How Google adopted BeyondCorp: Part 3 (tiered access)
Posted by Daniel Ladenheim, Software Engineer, and Hunter King, Security Engineer Intro This is the third post in a series of four,...
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