A new version of Google Chrome will warn users for unclear subscription pages. Every month, millions of Chrome users encounter websites that try to sell subscriptions with unclear conditions, according to Google. Usually, the subscription starts by simply entering a mobile phone number. Users often only notice they have a paid subscriptions once they receive […]
Nintendo has settled a lawsuit with the owners of two websites that distributed free emulators and ROMs. Part of the settlement is that the owners have to pay $12 million to Nintendo. The websites loveroms.com and loveretro.co are both are now offline.
Cybercriminals are using a new method to distribute malware through the online video feature of Microsoft Office. The method was disclosed in October this year and it didn't take long for cybercriminals to abuse it in 'the wild'. The method works by embedding a file instead of a video in Office. Microsoft has stated it won't fix the issue.
Google has released the report “How Google fights piracy”, in which the search giant explains what programs, policies, and technology it uses to combat copyright infringement on the Internet. With the anti-piracy measures, Google wants to ensure that creators and artists have a way to generate revenues from their work.
Microsoft has closed an actively exploited leak in Windows during this November's Patch Tuesday. Through the leak, an attacker with access to the system could elevate his privileges. In total, Microsoft patched 62 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Edge, Windows, Microsoft Office, ChakraCore, .NET Core, Skype for Business and several other applications.