Security

In-App Billing Security – The Zen of Monetization #8

When selling online content, it’s important to deliver the correct content to the right user. As you design your In-app Billing implementation, be sure to follow the security and design guidelines. These guidelines are recommended best practices for anyone who is using Google Play’s In-app Billing service. For more information about in-app purchase, visit: * …

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Google Is Now Blocking Searchers From Sites With Deceptive Download Buttons

It was announced by Google that they are blocking searchers from accessing web sites that utilize deceptive download buttons.  The way Google warns users is by using a big red warning screen after the user clicks on the search result that warns them that there is a “deceptive site ahead.” Google has said that “we’re expanding Safe …

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Google Analysis Shows Over 80% Of HTTPS URLs Not Displaying In Google’s Search Results

Here’s an interesting fact for you SEOs and Google enthusiasts.  Did you know that  80% of the eligible HTTPS URLs aren’t being displayed in Google’s search results as HTTPS URLs, and are instead showing up as HTTP URLs, simply because of webmaster configuration?  Yup, it’s all true, according to Gary Illyes, a Webmaster Trends Analyst at …

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Google Says About Half Of Security Certificates Are Broken On The Web

During the SMX West panels last week, Google’s Gary Illyes said on the How to Secure Your Site for Google’s HTTPS Algorithm that about half of all the security certificates on the web just isn’t sufficient, but broken.  Currently, he’s trying to address the issue in the Google search results. Gary is working on a way to flag sites that …

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