Google has patched a three-year0old bug in Chrome on Android that disclosed vital device and firmware information that could be used in attacks.
Google's OSS-Fuzz open source fuzzing project has identified more than 9,000 bugs in less than two years and is now expanding.
Google has added some new protections designed to help users detect or recover from account compromises.
Google's new reCAPTCHA v3 system uses a risk analysis system to build a score of how suspicious a user's traffic is.
Android has long been viewed as the less-secure mobile operating system compared to iOS, and Google's licensing changes to comply with the European Commission's anti-trust ruling can potentially make the ecosystem's overall security situation worse.