Posts

Showing posts with the label browser

Now Brave Browser's own search engine to beat Google

Image
Now Brave Browser's own search engine to beat Google Google's grip has probably never been so strong. About 70 percent of the Chrome browser and 92 percent of the search engine market share show where Google is now. Google, one of the world's most powerful companies, has so much data and advertising revenue. It has become a big challenge for any company to enter the market to beat Google. But Google's monopoly and non-competitive practices seem to be undermining Google's dominance today. Google's new competitors want to take advantage of this bad side. Two years after the privacy-focused browser Brave went public, former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich's eyes are now on Google's search business. Recently, he has challenged the dominance of Google search by announcing Brave search, another search engine of Brave browser. The waitlist, which has already opened a weight list, will be made public by mid-2021, Ich said. Brave Search says it will not track the people

Google warns Android users to update Chrome browser immediately

Image
Google warns Android users to update Chrome browser immediately The biggest challenge for Android smartphone users is to avoid many kinds of bugs and malware. Google alerts its users as soon as it finds a bug in its system. Once again, Google has warned Android users to update the Google Chrome browser. Google has requested to update the browser as it has patched the Zero-Day bug in the browser. The search engine company Google has warned to update the app saying that a cyber attacker could harm the user with the help of a bug in the Chrome browser. According to a report by ZDNet, the bug that was discovered gave the attacker the option to bypass the Chrome Security Sandbox. In this way, cyber attackers can run code on the operating system and make any changes without the user knowing. This bug was also found in Windows. Google has also released a security update for the Chrome for Android browser. According to the report, Chrome for Android version 86.0.4240.185 has been released and

6 Bug found in the mobile browser, threat of 'address bar spoofing' attack

Image
6 Bug found in the mobile browser, threat of 'address bar spoofing' attack Cyber ​​security researchers have found bugs (address bar spoofing) in six popular mobile browsers, including Safari and Opera. Address bar spoofing vulnerabilities have affected these mobile browsers and opened the door for malware delivery, phishing and malicious activity, the researchers said. The security vulnerabilities found in some browsers have been resolved and some are still problematic. The bug was discovered by Rapid Seven and independent Pakistani researcher Rafi Baloch. The six different browsers include Apple Safari, Opera Touch / Mini, Yandex, Bolt, RITS and UC Browser. They point out that these browsers allow cyber attackers to present fake webpage addresses. Users use such browsers for all kinds of applications needed in daily life. UC Web and Ballet Browser have already patched the bug, while Opera is expected to fix the bug by November 12. The attackers were found to be using executab

new feature of Chrome that can be reset instantly when a password is hacked

Image
This is a new feature of Chrome that can be reset instantly when a password is hacked Do you have a Google Chrome web browser on your smartphone? If so, Chrome will now notify you if your password has been hacked. Chrome's feature was previously only available on computers. According to Google, the feature will now be available on Apple's iPhone and smartphones running the Android operating system. This feature accesses the user's username and password on Google's servers and checks for compromises by comparing them to a list of broken data. But Google itself cannot see your password and username. It checks to see if the data has been compromised. As soon as Chrome 86 goes public, you need to store your password in Chrome to use Google's password check feature. The idea is already available in web browsers such as Third-Party Password Manager One Password and Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Microsoft Edge. But Chrome dominates the browser market. Browsers such as