Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1836 Chrome will soon mark some HTTP pages as 'non-secure'
Beginning next month, the company will tag web pages that include login or credit card fields with the message "Not Secure" if the page is not served using HTTPS, the secure version of the internet protocol.

The company on Tuesday began sending messages through its Google Search Console, a tool for webmasters, warning them of the changes that take place starting in January 2017.

The changes are supported in version 56 or later of the Chrome browser.
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#1840 The 10 biggest security incidents of 2016
#1839 Updated Sundown exploit kit uses steganography
#1838 Android ransomware infects LG SmartTV
#1837 Ransomworm: the next level of cybersecurity nastiness
#1836 Chrome will soon mark some HTTP pages as 'non-secure'
#1835 Switcher: Android joins the ‘attack-the-router’ club
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#1833 YubiKey for Windows Hello brings hardware-based 2FA to Windows 10
#1832 Security Keys: practical cryptographic second factors for the modern web (PDF)
#1831 Is Mirai really as black as it’s being painted?
#1830 The most dangerous people on the internet in 2016
#1829 Encrypted messaging app Signal uses Google to bypass censorship
#1828 Disclosing the primary email address for each Facebook user
#1827 Danger close: Fancy Bear tracking of Ukrainian field artillery units
#1826 New French law bars work email after hours
#1825 Changing other people's flight bookings is too easy
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