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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#884 Does your website suck on mobile? Find out using Google's free new tool
Google has rolled out a new free online tool that tests how good or poor your website is for mobile devices, and then provides detailed recommendations on what to fix.

The new Test My Site service, hosted by Google's marketing-focused Think With Google, is the company's latest effort to encourage businesses to make their sites more mobile-friendly. Just type in the URL for a homepage and it will return a score out of 100 for mobile friendliness, mobile speed, and desktop speed.

Google says that people are five times more likely to leave a website that's not easy to use on mobile and that half of all visitors will ditch a page if it takes more than three seconds to load.
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#887 Updated CryptXXX ransomware big money potential
#886 NTP patches flaws that enable DDoS
#885 WordPress patches 0-day in WP Mobile Detector plugin
#884 Does your website suck on mobile? Find out using Google's free new tool
#883 Ransomware as a service, inside an organized Russian ransomware campaign (PDF)
#882 FastPOS: Quick and easy credit card theft
#881 Marcher mobile bot adds UK targets, steps up banking fraud capabilities
#880 IRONGATE ICS malware: Nothing to see here... masking malicious activity on SCADA systems
#879 Stop Facebook tracking you across the web, change these settings
#878 Facebook’s new DeepText AI understands almost everything we write
#877 Hacked TeamViewer users 'careless' in personal security
#876 FireEye: Organisations should stop playing malware whack-a-mole
#875 ​Former cyber defence head: Ethics should be at the core of cybersecurity
#874 Dropbox smeared in week of megabreaches
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