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  1. Google Search Warns Users of Bad Websites 12-14 Million Times Daily

    Somewhere between 12 million and 14 million Google searches every day trigger warnings about "compromised" sites, while dedicated attack websites built to distribute malware are on the rise, according to a new Google security report that gathers...

  2. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    Google is looking to add a few good Bloodhounds to its canine search team and some Rottweilers in corporate security. In 2004, the Google Copernicus Center announced it was interviewing candidates for engineering positions at a lunar hosting and...

  3. In Google We Trust (Your Identity)

    Because it would be a poor choice economically and for security to have only one provider, there will be many Identity Providers that users can select from to act as their intermediary. A false sense of control, privacy, and security among Users

  4. Google Acquires Security Firm Zynamics Same Day Android Apps Hit by Malware

    Their goals overlap with the commitment that Google has already made to ensure online security for our users. Google yesterday acquired German software company Zynamics, a company that specializes in reverse-engineering and analysis tools.

  5. Avoiding Online Risks Kicking Off with the 2010 FIFA World Cup

    Each of these types of social engineering attacks operate by enticing people to make an interactive choice, infecting your computer and, ultimately, threatening your privacy and security. Security may not be top of mind for sports fans this coming...

  6. Search Headlines & Links: March 10, 2008

    Google Defends Security PolicyDouglas Merrill, Google's VP Engineering, published an impassioned defense of Google's security policy. Want a snapshot of the day's search marketing news? Here we've collected today's top news stories posted to the...

  7. Google Defends Security Policy

    Today Douglas Merrill Google VP Engineering published an impassioned defense of Google's security policy. Many of our engineers came from very high-profile security environments, such as banks, credit card companies, and high-volume retail...