Just two days after they joined a collaboration that will focus on making open source "easier for everyone," Google and Dropbox have announced that they will be working together on another initiative: Simply Secure.
A group of companies that includes Facebook, Google, Dropbox, GitHub and Khan Academy has announced a new collaboration that will focus on making open source "easier for everyone".
Andrew Cantino, VP of Engineering at Mavenlink but also a bug hunter in his free time, has discovered that Google Apps Scripts can be misused by attackers to access users' email and other information.
Google has announced that it will begin the process of gradually sunsetting SHA-1 (as used in certificate signatures for HTTPS) with Chrome 39, which is due to be released in November.
Google is doing everything it can to restore the confidence in its products that some users lost in the aftermath of Edward Snowden's revelations about NSA spying.