Each hacker will get this warning from Google

Are you a security expert or are you a malicious hacker? Google does not care! If you are using search queries that are noted as 'hacking' by Google you will get a warning from Google on your screen. The Google machine will tell you that the systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network, and that they have banned it from making any further queries. 

Google Public DNS '' hijacked and used in cyberattack on Venezuela and Brazil

Are you a computer geek and are you using the Google DNS record or Well I have some bad news, last week the Google DNS record had been hijacked by malicious internet users. The attack was targeted at Brazilian and Venezuelan internet users, each day the Google DNS server handles around 150 billion queries a day, and during the 22 minutes that the Google DNS was hijacked, all the users were redirected to the British multinational telecommunications services company in Venezuela and Brazil. 

Must read: Google confirms they use(d) Thirdparty AV to brute force email files in their fight against malware

Earlier we published a research which concluded that Google might be using specific methods to find malware, now it seemed that Google was brute forcing the packaged files in Gmail. We received a response from Google which stated that they are using Third Party Anti-virus solutions and Internal scanning solutions as a solid combination to protect the users that are using Google Mail. 

Create music with Google Translate

Google Translate is awesome, but you can also use it to create music?

MUST READ: Google Mail unzips password protected files

Security researcher Brian Baskin has published a research which could conclude that GMAIL is actively trying to brute force password protected files. The researcher zipped a file with a virus and what happened next will blow your mind. 

'Top Paid in Android Apps' malware alternatives exposed

It is free to join the Google Play store and that means that are a lot of application that are be

Breaking: Facebook, Google and various banks hacked with Fake SSL certificates

It is possible that you have been phished, a research that has done by the security company Netcraft have revealed that fake SSL certificates were used to imitate banks, Google and Facebook. So the chance that some people have been phished is not small. The fake certificates are used to trick the user so they will think that they are on a genuine website, as it will provide the 'Green lock' in the browser of the user. But when the user takes a look at the certificate that is being provided, the user will find out that it is a fake certificate that has not been granted by Google, Facebook or various banks. 

Google dares hackers to hack Chrome OS - and will pay $2.71828 million as reward

Rarely do you find a company that puts itself in the crosshairs of hackers, especially when you know there are some *very* talented ones out there (remember Anonymous?). In a time where companies try to stay out of the limelight, Google is doing the exact opposite - and for the fourth time, in fact.

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Facebook says target of sophisticated hacking attack

Facebook Inc said on Friday that it been the target of a series of attacks by an unidentified hac