Latest from Tom Espiner
Google has fixed a security flaw that had the potential to allow a hacker to compromise Google Buzz accounts.
Drive-by downloads, in which malicious Web sites exploit browser vulnerabilities to execute malicious code, have increased since April 2007, warned Google researchers have warned.
Search and advertising giant Google is developing a user-generated online encyclopedia that could rival Wikipedia.
Internet censorship should be treated as a barrier to trade, according to the chief executive of search and advertising giant Google.
Released in U.S. in the spring, tool now enables U.K. users to edit and delete items from their Web history.
Online security services are on the rise, and vendor Trend Micro has joined the crowd with its newest offering SecureCloud.
Google is working on a security tool -- codenamed Lemon -- to detect vulnerabilities in its Web applications.
Google's move to cut the lifespan of its cookie's to rolling two years may not be enough to appease a European Union privacy group whose major concern is server log data use.
Recently fixed vulnerabilities in Sun's Java Runtime Environment and Adobe's Flash player mean that unpatched systems are vulnerable and could be infected with spyware or recruited into a botnet by simply visiting a Web page with exploit code -- and Google last month warned that 10 percent of Web sites contain this kind of malicious code.IT professionals have been warned to patch vulnerabilities in the Adobe Flash Player application and Sun Java Runtime Environment as soon as possible.