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When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain name system (DNS) to translate the domain name (like arstechnica.com) to an IP address. Currently, most DNS queries are unencrypted, which raises privacy and security concerns. Google and Mozilla are trying to address these concerns by adding support in their browsers …

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With so many data breaches happening almost every week, it has become difficult for users to know if their credentials are already in possession of hackers or being circulated freely across the Internet. Thankfully, Google has a solution. Today, February 5, on Safer Internet Day, Google launches a new service that has been designed to …

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It is good to be paranoid when it comes to cybersecurity. Google already provides various advanced features such as login alerts and two-factor authentication to keep your Google account secure. However, if you are extra paranoid, Google has just introduced its strongest ever security feature, called “Advanced Protection,” which makes it easier for users, who …

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If you want to see the future, I’ve written, you just need to peek behind the firewalls of Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn, and other tech giants. These behemoths have gifted us incredible technology for managing containers at scale (Kubernetes, Apache Mesos), handling big data (Apache Hadoop, Apache Kafka), and more. What they haven’t done much about, …

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A widely reported e-mail purporting to be a request to share a Google Docs document is actually a well-disguised phishing attack. It directs the user to a lookalike site and grants the site access to the target’s Google credentials. If the victim clicks on the prompt to give the site permission to use Google credentials, …