"Google has a responsibility to show the app maker they can't place content like this on the store," one cybersecurity experts told Newsweek.
Malware dropped by Smoke Loader targets browser data—Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer—to intercept credentials, Talos said.
News organizations are teaming up with tech giants to fact-check stories shared online.
The Make America Kittens Again Chrome extension will remove Trump from the internet for you.
IT'S LIKE TV ON THE Web." So says Roy Campbell, the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, professor who is developing video-broadcast software for the Web called Vosaic (yes, it's from the place that brought us the original Web browser, Mosaic). Users will get six frames per second of video on a 28.8 kbps modem, full-motion video on a Tl connection. Next month Vosaic beta plugins will be available (http://www.uiuc.edu/ ph/www/vosaic).