ANALYSIS Google's recent move to limit the use of its APIs in Chrome, such as Chrome sync and Click to Call, appears to be driven by the launch of Microsoft's Edge browser based on the open-source version of Chrome, known as Chromium.
Security vendor Avast has identified malware hidden in at least 25 third-party Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge extensions. These extensions are associated with big-name sites including Instagram and Facebook.
A client-side vulnerability in the Google Play Core Library, patched by the company in April, is still present in many Android apps because developers are yet to include the patch into these apps.
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