Google Chrome to Help Users Identify Untrusted Extensions Before Installation

Google on Thursday said it’s rolling out new security features to Chrome browser aimed at detecting suspicious downloads and extensions via its Enhanced Safe Browsing feature, which it launched a year ago.

To this end, the search giant said it will now offer additional protections when users attempt to install a new extension from the Chrome Web Store, notifying if it can be considered “trusted.”

Currently, 75% of all add-ons on the platform are compliant, the company pointed out, adding “any extensions built by a developer who follows the Chrome Web Store Developer Program Policies, will be considered trusted by Enhanced Safe Browsing.”

Enhanced Safe Browsing involves sharing real-time data with Google Safe Browsing to proactively safeguard users against dangerous sites. The company also noted that its integration with Safe Browsing’s blocklist API helped improve privacy and security, with the number of malicious extensions disabled by the browser jumping by 81%.

Also coming to Chrome is a new download protection feature that scans downloaded files for malware by using metadata about the downloaded file, alongside giving users the option to send the file to be scanned for a more in depth analysis.

“If you choose to send the file, Chrome will upload it to Google Safe Browsing, which will scan it using its static and dynamic analysis classifiers in real time,” Google said. “After a short wait, if Safe Browsing determines the file is unsafe, Chrome will display a warning.”

Despite the file being labeled as potentially dangerous, users still have the option to open the file without scanning. Should users opt to scan the file, the company said the uploaded files are deleted from Safe Browsing a short time after scanning.

While it didn’t specify the exact timeframe for when this removal would happen, in accordance with Google Chrome Privacy Whitepaper, the company “logs the transferred data in its raw form and retains this data for up to 30 days” for all Safe Browsing requests, after which only anonymized statistics are retained.

The new features are available starting with Chrome 91, the version of the browser that was released on May 26. Users can turn on Enhanced Safe Browsing by visiting Settings > Privacy and security > Security > Enhanced protection.

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New Attack Could Let Hackers Clone Your Google Titan 2FA Security Keys

Hardware security keys—such as those from Google and Yubico—are considered the most secure means to protect accounts from phishing and takeover attacks.

But a new research published on Thursday demonstrates how an adversary in possession of such a two-factor authentication (2FA) device can clone it by exploiting an electromagnetic side-channel in the chip embedded in it.

The vulnerability (tracked as CVE-2021-3011) allows the bad actor to extract the encryption key or the ECDSA private key linked to a victim’s account from a FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) device like Google Titan Key or YubiKey, thus completely undermining the 2FA protections.

“The adversary can sign in to the victim’s application account without the U2F device, and without the victim noticing,” NinjaLab researchers Victor Lomne and Thomas Roche said in a 60-page analysis.

“In other words, the adversary created a clone of the U2F device for the victim’s application account. This clone will give access to the application account as long as the legitimate user does not revoke its second factor authentication credentials.”

The whole list of products impacted by the flaw includes all versions of Google Titan Security Key (all versions), Yubico Yubikey Neo, Feitian FIDO NFC USB-A / K9, Feitian MultiPass FIDO / K13, Feitian ePass FIDO USB-C / K21, and Feitian FIDO NFC USB-C / K40.

Besides the security keys, the attack can also be carried out on NXP JavaCard chips, including NXP J3D081_M59_DF, NXP J3A081, NXP J2E081_M64, NXP J3D145_M59, NXP J3D081_M59, NXP J3E145_M64, and NXP J3E081_M64_DF, and their respective variants.

The key-recovery attack, while doubtless severe, needs to meet a number of prerequisites in order to be successful.

An actor will have first to steal the target’s login and password of an account secured by the physical key, then stealthily gain access to Titan Security Key in question, not to mention acquire expensive equipment costing north of $12,000, and have enough expertise to build custom software to extract the key linked to the account.

“It is still safer to use your Google Titan Security Key or other impacted products as a FIDO U2F two-factor authentication token to sign in to applications rather than not using one,” the researchers said.

To clone the U2F key, the researchers set about the task by tearing the device down using a hot air gun to remove the plastic casing and expose the two microcontrollers soldered in it — a secure enclave (NXP A700X chip) that’s used to perform the cryptographic operations and a general-purpose chip that acts as a router between the USB/NFC interfaces and the authentication microcontroller.

Once this is achieved, the researchers say it’s possible to glean the ECDSA encryption key via a side-channel attack by observing the electromagnetic radiations coming off the NXP chip during ECDSA signatures, the core cryptographic operation of the FIDO U2F protocol that’s performed when a U2F key is registered for the first time to work with a new account.

A side-channel attack typically works based on information gained from the implementation of a computer system, rather than exploiting a weakness in the software. Often, such attacks leverage timing information, power consumption, electromagnetic leaks, and acoustic signals as a source of data leakage.

By acquiring 6,000 such side-channel traces of the U2F authentication request commands over a six-hour period, the researchers said they were able to recover the ECDSA private key linked to a FIDO U2F account created for the experiment using an unsupervised machine learning model.

Although the security of a hardware security key isn’t diminished by the above attack due to the limitations involved, a potential exploitation in the wild is not inconceivable.

“Nevertheless, this work shows that the Google Titan Security Key (or other impacted products) would not avoid [an] unnoticed security breach by attackers willing to put enough effort into it,” the researchers concluded. “Users that face such a threat should probably switch to other FIDO U2F hardware security keys, where no vulnerability has yet been discovered.”

Introducing Google Workspace

For more than a decade, we’ve been building products to help people transform the way they work.

Now, work itself is transforming in unprecedented ways. For many of us, work is no longer a physical place we go to, and interactions that used to take place in person are being rapidly digitized. Office workers no longer have impromptu discussions at the coffee machine or while walking to meetings together, and instead have turned their homes into workspaces. Frontline workers, from builders on a construction site to delivery specialists keeping critical supply chains moving, are turning to their phones to help get their jobs done. While doctors treating patients and local government agencies engaging with their communities are accelerating how they can use technology to deliver their services. 

Amidst this transformation, time is more fragmented—split between work and personal responsibilities—and human connections are more difficult than ever to establish and maintain.

These are unique challenges, but they also represent a significant opportunity to help people succeed in this highly distributed and increasingly digitized world. With the right solution in place, people are able to collaborate more easily, spend time on what matters most, and foster human connections, no matter where they are.

That solution is Google Workspace: everything you need to get anything done, now in one place. Google Workspace includes all of the productivity apps you know and love—Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Meet, and many more. Whether you’re returning to the office, working from home, on the frontlines with your mobile device, or connecting with customers, Google Workspace is the best way to create, communicate, and collaborate.

With Google Workspace, we’re introducing three major developments:

  • new, deeply integrated user experience that helps teams collaborate more effectively, frontline workers stay connected, and businesses power new digital customer experiences
  • new brand identity that reflects our ambitious product vision and the way our products work together
  • new ways to get started with solutions tailored to the unique needs of our broad range of customers 

New user experience

At Next OnAir in July, we announced a better home for work. One that thoughtfully brings together core tools for communication and collaboration—like chat, email, voice and video calling, and content management and collaboration—into a single, unified experience to ensure that employees have access to everything they need in one place. This integrated experience is now generally available to all paying customers of Google Workspace.

In the coming months we’ll also be bringing this new experience to consumers to help them do things like set up a neighborhood group, manage a family budget, or plan a celebration using integrated tools like Gmail, Chat, Meet, Docs, and Tasks. 

We’ve already made it easier for business users to connect with customers and partners using guest access features in Chat and Drive, and in the coming weeks, you’ll be able to dynamically create and collaborate on a document with guests in a Chat room. This makes it easy to share content and directly work together with those outside your organization, and ensure that everyone has access and visibility to the same information.

When every minute you spend at work is a minute you could be helping your daughter with her homework, efficiency is everything. We’ve been working hard to add helpful features that make it easier to get your most important work done. For example, in Docs, Sheets, and Slides, you can now preview a linked file without having to open a new tab—which means less time spent moving between apps, and more time getting work done. And beginning today, when you @mention someone in your document, a smart chip will show contact details, including for those outside your organization, provide context and even suggest actions like adding that person to Contacts or reaching out via email, chat or video. 

By connecting you to relevant content and people right in Docs, Sheets and Slides, Google Workspace helps you get more done from where you already are.

We also recognize that reinforcing human connections is even more important when people are working remotely and interacting with their customers digitally. It’s what keeps teams together and helps build trust and loyalty with your customers.

Back in July, we shared that we’re bringing Meet picture-in-picture to Gmail and Chat, so you can actually see and hear the people you’re working with, while you’re collaborating. In the coming months, we’ll be rolling out Meet picture-in-picture to Docs, Sheets, and Slides, too. This is especially powerful for customer interactions where you’re pitching a proposal or walking through a document. Where before, you could only see the file you were presenting, now you’ll get all those valuable nonverbal cues that come with actually seeing someone’s face.

And because we know many companies are implementing a mix of remote and in-person work environments, Meet supports a variety of devices with the best of Google AI built-in. From helpful and inclusive Series One hardware kits that provide immersive sound and effortlessly scalability, to native integrations with Chromecast and Nest Smart Displays that make your work experience more enjoyable—whether that’s at home or in the office. 

New brand identity

10 years ago, when many of our products were first developed, they were created as individual apps that solved distinct challenges—like a better email with Gmail, or a new way for individuals to collaborate together with Docs. Over time, our products have become more integrated, so much so that the lines between our apps have started to disappear.

Our new Google Workspace brand reflects this more connected, helpful, and flexible experience, and our icons will reflect the same. In the coming weeks, you will see new four-color icons for Gmail, Drive, Calendar, Meet, and our collaborative content creation tools like Docs, Sheets, Slides that are part of the same family. They represent our commitment to building integrated communication and collaboration experiences for everyone, all with helpfulness from Google.

We are also bringing Google Workspace to our education and nonprofit customers in the coming months. Education customers can continue to access our tools via G Suite for Education, which includes Classroom, Assignments, Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Meet. G Suite for Nonprofits will continue to be available to eligible organizations through the Google for Nonprofits program.

New ways to get started

Simplicity, helpfulness, flexibility—these guiding principles apply both to the way people experience our products and to the way we do business. All of our customers share a need for transformative solutions—whether to power remote work, support frontline workers, create immersive digital experiences for their own customers, or all of the above—but their storage, management, and security and compliance needs often vary greatly. 

In order to provide more choice and help customers get the most out of Google Workspace, we are evolving our editions to provide more tailored offerings. Our new editions for smaller businesses are aimed at those often looking to make fast, self-serviced purchases. Our editions for larger enterprises are designed to help organizations that have more complex implementation needs and often require technical assistance over the course of a longer buying and deployment cycle. 

You can learn more about these new offerings on our pricing page. And existing customers can read more here.

Empowering our customers and partners

You, our customers and our users, are our inspiration as we work together to navigate the change ahead. This is an incredibly challenging time, but we believe it’s also the beginning of a new approach to working together. One that is more productive, collaborative, and impactful.

Google Workspace embodies our vision for a future where work is more flexible, time is more precious, and enabling stronger human connections becomes even more important. It’s a vision we’ve been building toward for more than a decade, and one we’re excited to bring to life together with you.

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Google Pixel 4a is the first device to go through ioXt at launch

Trust is very important when it comes to the relationship between a user and their smartphone. While phone functionality and design can enhance the user experience, security is fundamental and foundational to our relationship with our phones.There are multiple ways to build trust around the security capabilities that a device provides and we continue to invest in verifiable ways to do just that.

Pixel 4a ioXt certification

Today we are happy to announce that the Pixel 4/4 XL and the newly launched Pixel 4a are the first Android smartphones to go through ioXt certification against the Android Profile.

The Internet of Secure Things Alliance (ioXt) manages a security compliance assessment program for connected devices. ioXt has over 200 members across various industries, including Google, Amazon, Facebook, T-Mobile, Comcast, Zigbee Alliance, Z-Wave Alliance, Legrand, Resideo, Schneider Electric, and many others. With so many companies involved, ioXt covers a wide range of device types, including smart lighting, smart speakers, webcams, and Android smartphones.

The core focus of ioXt is “to set security standards that bring security, upgradability and transparency to the market and directly into the hands of consumers.” This is accomplished by assessing devices against a baseline set of requirements and relying on publicly available evidence. The goal of ioXt’s approach is to enable users, enterprises, regulators, and other stakeholders to understand the security in connected products to drive better awareness towards how these products are protecting the security and privacy of users.

ioXt’s baseline security requirements are tailored for product classes, and the ioXt Android Profile enables smartphone manufacturers to differentiate security capabilities, including biometric authentication strength, security update frequency, length of security support lifetime commitment, vulnerability disclosure program quality, and preloaded app risk minimization.

We believe that using a widely known industry consortium standard for Pixel certification provides increased trust in the security claims we make to our users. NCC Group has published an audit report that can be downloaded here. The report documents the evaluation of Pixel 4/4 XL and Pixel 4a against the ioXt Android Profile.

Security by Default is one of the most important criteria used in the ioXt Android profile. Security by Default rates devices by cumulatively scoring the risk for all preloads on a particular device. For this particular measurement, we worked with a team of university experts from the University of Cambridge, University of Strathclyde, and Johannes Kepler University in Linz to create a formula that considers the risk of platform signed apps, pregranted permissions on preloaded apps, and apps communicating using cleartext traffic.

Screenshot of the presentation of the Android Device Security Database at the Android Security Symposium 2020

In partnership with those teams, Google created Uraniborg, an open source tool that collects necessary attributes from the device and runs it through this formula to come up with a raw score. NCC Group leveraged Uraniborg to conduct the assessment for the ioXt Security by Default category.

As part of our ongoing certification efforts, we look forward to submitting future Pixel smartphones through the ioXt standard, and we encourage the Android device ecosystem to participate in similar transparency efforts for their devices.

Acknowledgements: This post leveraged contributions from Sudhi Herle, Billy Lau and Sam Schumacher

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Cluster of 295 Chrome extensions caught hijacking Google and Bing search results

More than 80 million Chrome users have installed one of 295 Chrome extensions that hijack and insert ads inside Google and Bing search results.

The malicious extensions were discovered by AdGuard, a company that provides ad-blocking solutions, while the company’s staff was looking into a series of fake ad-blocking extensions that were available on the official Chrome Web Store.

A subsequent investigation into the fake ad blockers unearthed a larger group of malicious activity spreading across 295 extensions.

Besides fake ad blockers, AdGuard said it also found extensions posing as weather forecast widgets and screenshot capture utilities.

However, the vast majority of the malicious extensions (245 out of the 295 extensions) were simplistic utilities that had no other function than to apply a custom background for Chrome’s “new tab” page.

In a technical analysis shared with ZDNet, AdGuard said all extensions loaded malicious code from the domain, and then proceeded to quietly inject ads inside Google and Bing search results.

Almost all the 295 extensions were still available on the official Chrome Web Store earlier today, when we received the list from AdGuard.

Extensions started being pulled down from the store after we reached out to Google’s Web Store team and after AdGuard published a blog post detailing their findings.

The same blog post also details additional bad practices on the Chrome Web Store, such as store moderators allowing a large number of copycat extensions to clone popular add-ons, capitalize on their brands, reach millions of users, while also containing malicious code that performs ad fraud or cookie stuffing.

The full list of 295 ad-injecting extensions is available below, at the end of this article.

When Google removes an extension from the Chrome Web Store for malicious activity, the extension is also disabled in users’ browsers and marked as “malware” in Chrome’s Extension section.

Users still have to manually uninstall it from their browsers.

Format: [extension ID] [extension name]

  1. flbcjbhgomclbhlchggbmnpekhfeacim, “ScreenShot & Screen Capture Elite”
  2. aadmpgppfacognoeobmheghfiibdplcf, “Kawaii Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  3. abgfholnofpihncfdmombecmohpkojdb, “Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Wallpaper New Tab”
  4. aciloeifdphkogbpagikkpiecbjkmedn, “Kpop SHINee Wallpapers HD New Tab”
  5. acmgemnaochmalgkipbamjddcplkdmjm, “Tokyo Ghoul Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  6. addpbbembilhmnkjpenjgcgmihlcofja, “Mega Man Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  7. adfjcmhegakkhojnallobfjbhenbkopj, “Weather forecast for Chrome™”
  8. aeklcpmgaadjpglhjmcidlekijpnmdhc, “Kpop Blackpink Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  9. afifalglopajkmdkgnphpfkmgpgdngfj, “Kpop Red Velvet HD NewTab Themes”
  10. agldjlpmeladgadoikdbndmeljpmnajl, “Tumblr Wallpapers Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  11. ahmmgfhcokekfofjdndgmkffifklogbo, “season 6 fortnite HD Wallpapers NewTab”
  12. aippaajbmefpjeajhgaahmicdpgepnnm, “Unicorn Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  13. akdpobnbjepjbnjklkkbdafemhnbfldj, “My Hero Academia Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  14. akhiflcfcbnheaofcaflofbmnkmjlnno, “Cs Go Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  15. aklklkifmplgnobmieahildcfbleamdb, “Super Junior Wallpapers Eunhyuk”
  16. alppaffmlaefpmopolgpkgmncopkbbep, “Boku No Hero Academia Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  17. amdnpfcpjglkdfcigaccfgmlmdepdpeo, “D.Gray-man Backgrounds New Tab”
  18. aomepndmhbbklcjcknnhdabaaofahjcj, “Super Cars – Sports Cars Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  19. badbchbijjjadlpjkkhmefaghggjjeha, “Lil Pump HD New Tab”
  20. bbbdfjdplonnggfjjbjhggobffkggnkm, “3D Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  21. bbdldenhkjcoikalkfkgolomdpnncofc, “Snowman & Gingerbread New Tab Constellations”
  22. bcdjcbgogdomoebdcbniaifnacjbglil, “Gucci Tab Themes HD Bape”
  23. bcepmajicjlaoleoljbpaemkfghohmib, “Bulldogs Tab”
  24. bdbablmeheiahecklheciomhmkplcoml, “Kobe Bryant – Black Mamba New Tab Themes HD”
  25. bfeecodfffgkdedfhmgbfindokikafid, “GTA 5 Grand Theft Auto”
  26. bhifimmocncplbnikchffepggmofkake, “Bangtan Boys Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  27. blipiofdiknkllpajgepiiigfmfgnfep, “Aquarium Live Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  28. bmagbmnmkaknlnoohbmobfmlgndijecb, “RM & Jin Tab Wallpapers”
  29. bnecbeikepeloplclngelcgmgdnafhlp, “Akame Ga Kill Wallpapers HD”
  30. bpnmalopmgpilaoikaeafokedkkonhea, “Sports Cars”
  31. cbncogjaakomibjcgdkpdjmlhfcjfojc, “Moving Wallpapers Wallpapers”
  32. ccgmdfdcnpcfmpceggggmnhbolkhlffi, “Christmas Tree Lights NewTab Emoji”
  33. ccmnnlcciddhkdllgfmkojmmmpahdhlp, “Jungkook HD Tab Backgrounds”
  34. cdpmhflbdaoifgkmlhpfkbfgcifchgpn, “CS GO Themes NewTab”
  35. cepgcjakdboolfkcbihdokfjjkeaddin, “One Direction 1D HD NewTab”
  36. cfadfngejcdogjkkdohpkgeodjooogip, “My Hero Academia Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  37. cgdmknakejoaompdmdeddpgmjffnniab, “Suga”
  38. cgodgjmdljiecnbcgdampafcmlgmfmid, “Puppies Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  39. cibigjhoekijbagpgcgpgimebaiocdgm, “Gta V Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  40. cjbdbomgdbdgdlainhobpjnfkoidcond, “Lamborghini Live Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  41. clndgmolhlkchkbiinamamnbibkakiml, “Tokyo Ghoul Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  42. cmbfgkkjfkmmhalhebnhmanbenfghkcm, “Galaxy Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  43. cncepimkmnhgbjmbcgoomegdkdhplihm, “Stargate SG-1 Tab Wallpapers HD”
  44. cnfbbaddndiehkmhdmmngecaofaojaeo, “Rogue One – Star Wars Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  45. codilkcdacpeklilmgjknekfpminaieo, “Bugatti Vs Lamborghini Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  46. dakenmmdlklnjdpdfmdjccpeapmijaad, “Galaxy Space Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  47. dapecdhpbakbfcoijjpdfoffnajhifej, “Avengers Endgame”
  48. dckadbanpeemhkphnnllamgolhbbbebi, “Spiderman HD NewTab Comics”
  49. ddodaoihhhohncjalnjgmgnlfhgckgdj, “Glitter Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  50. dhbhgfiodedkhgocailljbhcfjhplibb, “Super Cars Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  51. dhcnonhheahlocjbbpkbammanpenpfop, “Naruto Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  52. dhgmdjkeagnhamkedcejighocjkkijli, “Cats & Dogs Wallpapers & Cats & Dogs Games”
  53. dinlhhblgeikohhbfkcoeggglbjlanhg, “Riverdale Tab Themes”
  54. djjdjlbigcdjlghdioabbkjhdelmdhai, “Kawaii Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  55. dkcppkdodfegjkeefohjancleioblabi, “Stephen Curry NewTab Wallpapers”
  56. dkfbfgncahnfghoemhmmlfefhpolihom, “Naruto Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  57. dmklpmfpkokephcjdmocddkhilglgajl, “Witcher Backgrounds HD Tab”
  58. dnimnhhaiphlclcocakkfgnnekoggjpl, “Planet Earth Nature Space Art Wallpaper Tab”
  59. doecpeonnonddhfpabfgblijljennlcj, “Galaxy Space Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  60. dofbgmolpdoknlknfjddecnahgjpinpb, “Beagle Wallpapers New Tab”
  61. dppogkehbpnikehcmadgkbimjnmhdnlo, “Blue Exorcist Wallpapers NewTab”
  62. eapceolnilleaiiaapgionibccekkeom, “Boku No Hero Academia Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  63. ecaejcfpngljeinjmahknbemhnddiioe, “Sicario Day Of The Soldado Themes NewTab”
  64. ecgafllkghmmbnhacnpcobibalonhkkj, “StarCraft Themes NewTab”
  65. edfmeionipdoohiagoaefljjhififgnl, “Nike Themes”
  66. edgbooeklapanaclbchdiaekalebmfgb, “Jesus New Tab”
  67. edohegfjelahakooigmnmkmjofcjgofe, “Sword Art Online Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  68. eeeiekjkpbneogggaajnjldadjmclhlo, “Bts Suga”
  69. eejkpejdfojkbklnlnpgpojoidojbhnh, “Hot Rod Wallpapers – Classic Cars Themes”
  70. efckalhlcogbdbfopffmbacghfoelaia, “Anime Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  71. efnaoofiidefjeefpnheopknaciohldg, “Zelda Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  72. egdpmjnldpefdaiekiapjkanabfiaodp, “Anime Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  73. egicjjdcjhfdnejimnhngogjmoajffpm, “Video Downloader and MP3 converter Pro”
  74. ejcefeinlmdmpnohebfckmodhdkhlgmk, “Danganronpa Wallpapers”
  75. ejighbgeedkpcambhfkohdalcgckdein, “Adblocker for YouTube – Youtube Adblocker”
  76. empoeejllbcgpkmghimibnapemegnihf, “Cristiano Ronaldo Wallpapers”
  77. enlaekiichndcbohopenblignipkjaoa, “Auto Replay for YouTube”
  78. enmomapaolnpbaenhilkjhmobpggjcpm, “Anime Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  79. eohabjkmhajbeaejogdikpgapkeigdki, “Bangtan Boys Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  80. eoijplcnfnjgofchhdkkhpfcjkcefgkb, “Minecraft Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  81. facihnceaoboeoembnbmdlecmkpioacc, “Ferrari Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  82. fagaafjhdmoagacggplmbpganjfjjpcf, “Detective Pikachu Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  83. fanonokndfeibplocpeipgfbopkigcce, “Sword Art Online Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  84. faokbgedcfhnfecloigcihpplicdnann, “Japan NewTab”
  85. fcdopghpidfdeglcheccmehiaedgpmkm, “Wreck It Ralph 2 New Tab Themes HD Moana”
  86. fdacngbbemokpkmdkdefkoodndakgejc, “Neon Wolf NewTab”
  87. fdfffeipjpofnkmdkadjcjohdfoeblhk, “Zombies Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  88. ffhamkjhfajcjlnobkogimnhiagohgfg, “Freddy fnaf New Tab Backgrounds”
  89. fjnbjacfigdidgeeommhbdhnojamhpfg, “Boku No Hero Academia Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  90. fjohhelccbogecmolmjemopgackpnmpg, “Portal Wallpapers & Portal Games”
  91. flagaiaajbikpfnnkodcphdcmgefmbcl, “Aquarium Live Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  92. flgfngbiaanimkhjkojnmilfalidpign, “Chicago Cubs Wallpapers Cubs World”
  93. fmngfipkcebejdconcibohjjgfmokhpa, “Spiderman – Into The Spider Verse Themes Man”
  94. fnblapfcdifokdbkpcbhpkajlkgmcjii, “Motivational Quotes Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  95. fpdjcfokkeooncckcolkmmppebjnfhgh, “Kimetsu No Yaiba Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  96. fphafkamioonlcelldogidajbcmmicco, “Galaxy Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  97. fpjbgjpkfcanmdgjpmnnmoekkaahmafg, “Chevrolet Corvette Backgrounds”
  98. fplmpcijomgjmfbjcidbgpjdmhmamlkf, “Thanos Marvel Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  99. gdacidkmmbdpkedejaljplnfhjidomio, “Tokyo Ghoul Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  100. gdoomgeeelkgcmmoibloelbodkpggdle, “Roblox Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  101. geoolholooeeblajdjffdmknpecbkmah, “Pink Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  102. ghfgeefhkkoajgmnopaldgcagohakhmg, “Despicable Me 3 Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  103. ghhanhhegklhcoffmgkdbiekfhmbfbnc, “Supercars Mustang-Lambo-Bugatti-Nissan Tab”
  104. gjkigcdoljdojaaomnadffdhggoobdpc, “Fortnite Live NewTab”
  105. gkjkhpbembbjogoiejpkehohclfoljbp, “Swag HD Tab Wallpapers”
  106. glibnbcgclecomknccifdaglefljfoej, “Nba Youngboy Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  107. gllogphgdmclhfledlcgmdolngohamcl, “Horse Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  108. haagbldencigkgikfekmoaaofambnafp, “Fire Horse Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  109. haglbigaalkckkedjamjibfnklbbodck, “Puppies Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  110. hcgepcgbgnleafnfcepjbekchbdmekfa, “J Hope & V Bts Vhope HD NewTab”
  111. hdbchphkjjidcfidaelcpmonodhhaahp, “Pokemon Go Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  112. hdljgflalglmllbagpacjmkdiggliidk, “Dark Souls Themes NewTab HD”
  113. hdpnlijiblkmokbjljbahhgkpokgpkli, “Fortnite Live Wallpapers New Tab”
  114. heaphjoejcpdagahbnkkloiaicpadomp, “Blade Runner 2049 Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  115. hjfmdhbmpagpfheceengkakdmpncmlif, “Christmas Tree – Rose Gold Themes Frozen”
  116. hjkjkmkoklbhjhlddialffkchddlncjb, “Unicorns Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  117. hjoihkjijjbkiglgeghbokincmidfped, “Harry Potter Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  118. hncokbmdmbmmlkjhoagcpokehopdikhc, “Star Wars Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  119. hnhpnbajfmmopedidmiablkcdnlegkmd, “Sports Cars – Super Cars Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  120. homdfmaeflodjknffbnhagmlhmgmbjac, “Unicorns Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  121. iccagibmclklcmiejfddepgffgkhnnib, “Dragon Ball Z Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  122. idkllmolbaiailjfidkjcidapkddidbg, “Marble Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  123. ifbffcgakkboaffkidggpcjolehhhbfd, “Naruto Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  124. ifdebecchhapkfdbcbhpmjonmbpfpnck, “Roblox Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  125. igbcfkjflkgamnoikcpiljglnmjnkjac, “Bts Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  126. iiblgogamkmdfojoclpdhainbndfpcci, “Motivational Quotes Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  127. inkankpmoblmficechfgfinajifbfkdn, “Fortnite Season 7 Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  128. ioejcipbmdjinhfciojiacdjolkabkmn, “Lamborghini Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  129. iojhbljpppeociniiemjfelmdcgikmep, “BTS Members Themes NewTab”
  130. ipgnnndhgeaclopjgiihppbbfnmkmjcm, “Neon Genesis Evangelion NewTab”
  131. jckaglinbbflgcklfgacjdmgpnccmdng, “Horse Backgrounds HD”
  132. jfocahgaekfaemhfcfefcodphgpinnch, “Fortnite Omega Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  133. jgbkgjepkeklblmlhnpjmnbinmifjenc, “Forntine Skin Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  134. jlbebokeclkofhchdepbojfhmocdlhfl, “Marble Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  135. jlbhkoohfmnikpalgglhpadlbeiobkaa, “Sports Cars – Super Cars Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  136. jmlbnlcodmikhdpbjjdemgaebjgmpooa, “Hetalia Backgrounds HD Tab”
  137. jnmckphflgdpioinbjaeckdajkbgcfgg, “Minecraft Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  138. kcjahchbheejjpdpohgfkaoknhcdjjnh, “Santa Claus Wallpapers & Santa Claus Games”
  139. kdihodbgfndblemlklkllhfjhiidbgih, “Fortnite Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  140. kefmhdhaebhmdeaabcgoaegmgodncebc, “Just Cause 4 Themes New Tab Avalanche”
  141. kicmnilchjfefpceoaiopdpbpkicgjjm, “Galaxy Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  142. kigiheamdfmilbhkfdploghfnndcgkko, “Pokemon Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  143. kjgceeikbnmddoaggelkkpljdabhghkc, “Pokemon Backgrounds HD”
  144. kkeojhapoadcdlmkjlakdbhfkldbbmgi, “Hypebeast Wallpapers HD New Tab”
  145. klblfmpeelmpnadjahhdakiomhaepogb, “Photography Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  146. kmfiklhdkhidbmofjbgmpeaogglkndpe, “Super Junior Wallpapers & Super Junior Games”
  147. knacgnmpceaffedmgegknkfcnejjhdpp, “Logan (Wolverine) Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  148. kppjffaccdlhfeleafnohmfkgimdjmgg, “Darling In The Franxx New Tab HD”
  149. lbbegfjhlhpikmhbdcfcoadegdldmaen, “Snow Man Wallpapers & Snow Man Games”
  150. lbjgbekokephmmfllmpglefmoaihklpn, “Made In Abyss Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  151. lblnngjkgcpplmddebmefokmccpflhip, “Athletes Motivational Quotes Backgrounds”
  152. lcdabcbanafchdlcbdjgngcplnkijala, “Naruto Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  153. lcgjhoonomcmjpbnijfohbdhhjmhjlal, “Minecraft Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  154. ldkienofjncecbbnmhpngiiidekfcdoe, “Bulldogs Themes”
  155. lemhpidjofhodofghkakoglahdafpcbe, “Harry Potter Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  156. lgekbdjboenacbkiabfkkcpjgacmjcdg, “Pokemon Go Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  157. lggmpibegkcnfogpophgnchognofcdgo, “Neon wolf Backgrounds HD”
  158. ljppknljdefmnkckkdjaokhlncbiehgo, “Roblox Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  159. lkdahidfbdadmblpkopllegopldfbhge, “Space Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  160. llngndcpphncgeledehpklbeheadnoan, “3D Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  161. lmmdoemglmnjenhfcjkhgpkgiedcejmn, “Bangtan Boys Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  162. lniooknjghghdjoehegcoinmbhdbhcck, “Superheroes Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  163. makliapgjjpdkkaikobcmdhkfbfcoafk, “3D Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  164. maohnjppabopdhfkholcdkpehdojnpoc, “Aquarium Live Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  165. mcadalidfbmnponoamfdjlahdeheommb, “Roblox And Minecraft Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  166. mcafdholbcjhepgnpfdogaiagjmlfcon, “Sword Art Online Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  167. meioomnaphfjchjidcfnbadkbaaoanok, “Bears Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  168. mjbmelinkhpkmbjnocdklkjpiilpikba, “Fortnite Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  169. mkghdamdheccacmkmnchkaoljoflpoek, “Black Clover Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  170. mkjcnnfcmmniieaidfadidepdgfppfdj, “Star Wars Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  171. mmhaojkmpbmgbkojlagnhmjlfmnaglla, “Doctor Who Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  172. mmlhchoolkdnmnddgmoohigffekjnofo, “Namjin Bts Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  173. mmmapklofkmbcahafjmiogdbmpagimlp, “Hypebeast Dope Supreme Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  174. mngcfgonjbdbdbifcbhmdiddloganbcc, “Fireplace Live Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  175. mnnpffgmgkbdllleeihdgfgleomdhacm, “Satsuriku No Tenshi Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  176. moalaminambcgbljenplldelnhnaikke, “Rocket League Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  177. moljhdcbomchgdffhddpicbokacnbjoj, “Moana Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  178. mpdpjfobafahmgicjmpnfklbphhlacel, “Alfa Romeo Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  179. mpfleoaldoclbjhfkgbmnelkkbolbegl, “Lion Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  180. nafbodmhgaabbfchodpkmpnibgjmeeei, “Super Cars – Sports Cars Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  181. naofchadlleomaipaienfedidkiodamo, “Red Dead Redemption Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  182. nbbeiofjfjmnicfhkfbjdggbclmbaioc, “League Of Legends (Lol) Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  183. nbblafbmmogmlhejjondcclcgbkdmjln, “Dinosaurs Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  184. nbekcbebginchflfegofcjjmojpppnad, “Lilo And Stitch Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  185. nbhjdcacphemibgeamjkmeknfeffgngk, “Ugandan Knuckles Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  186. nchffcpkbehklpbdodlakgdbnkdcnpbi, “Hedgehog Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  187. nckldhnoondmiheikhblobkgcfchcbld, “Blade Runner 2049 Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  188. ncnonnloajjbpdpgnelmlbflmbhlilid, “Vkook Kim Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  189. ncpjlhellnlcjnjmablbaingipdemidh, “Bears Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  190. ndchgkeilnpiefnoagcbnlellpcfmjic, “Death Note Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  191. ndeejbgcbhehjpjmngniokeleedmjmap, “Daredevil Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  192. ndihciopmidkbamcfgpdmojcpalolfgo, “Gucci Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  193. neafafemicnbclhpojeoiemihogeejhl, “Jisung Stray Kids Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  194. nekimocmhfdimckbgchifahcgafhnagb, “Kill La Kill Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  195. nenaiblmmandfgaiifppcegejpinkebl, “One Direction Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  196. neplbnhjlkmpekfcjibdidioejnhejfl, “Chicago Bulls Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  197. nepnhilmahdmejhghfbjhhabaioioeel, “Ant Man & The Wasp Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  198. nfanjklinojeimbhmfliomdihldjhfpm, “Jimin & Jungkook Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  199. nfebelgoldoapjgfkekcmbddpljakakp, “Danganronpa V3 Maki Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  200. nfhbpopnbgigkljgmelpfncnghjpdopf, “Ad-block for YouTube – Youtube Ad-blocker Pro”
  201. nfpnclghflfcgkgdjcbpoljlafndbomk, “Seattle Seahawks Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  202. ngaccohdjpkgnghichikgcpfagnoeeim, “Adidas Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  203. ngajighkghnbfnleddljedblnjaggebo, “Real Madrid Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  204. ngchnhjdpgpkapghgpncmommhelegfbh, “Kpop Nu Est Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  205. ngeofnobniohmdmdkliflkeppfgbjpgn, “Satsuriku No Tenshi Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  206. nglggaejaflihehbajhppedepephbfae, “Kingdom Hearts 3 Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  207. nhnemamgicdjigoedllaicngcfihkmhf, “Voltron Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  208. nhneoegahiihkkgdindfdnobhhhlpfnm, “One Piece Anime Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  209. njablodeioakdgahodegclphmnbaphin, “Fruits Basket Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  210. njdegihoinoiplfpbcckmjahlnpeipii, “Godzilla Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  211. njliieipbkencklladfemkkipmfcjiom, “Dope Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  212. nklckhbegicdajpehmmpbnpelkdjmdoc, “Ikon Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  213. nkopnpaipcceikcmfcjlacgkjoglodag, “Devil May Cry Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  214. nldffbaphciaaophmdnikgkengbmigli, “Final Fantasy Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  215. nmkfcjaghjoedelgkomoifnpdejjpcbj, “Heart Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  216. nmlmdkblidkckbhidgfgghajlkgjijkp, “Hawaii Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  217. nnceiipjfkdobpenbmnajbkdfiklajgl, “Puppies Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  218. noiinnecebffnjggilfhailhhgdilbld, “One Direction – 1D Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  219. nojmjafalbmmoohpmjphalepmfnmhfao, “Vmin Bts Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  220. npcndkopgafkjggoledlgfblodppnckj, “Kill La Kill Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  221. nphiadicgehlpbniemnkhinphngoeaeg, “Red Dead Redemption Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  222. oaihijkoodmmaibfhojdinffpinmhdji, “Attack On Titan Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  223. oanlnaeipdakcmafockfiekhdklfidjb, “Chicago Bulls Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  224. oanplobhgngkpkpeihcdojkongpiheci, “Destiny 2 Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  225. obahibdkmhmnenkcdpakilchcppihopl, “Clash Royale Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  226. obgdpcjbebcaphmigjhogcikejnlbjgl, “Deadpool Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  227. ocfpmgbbkjeblbhdehminjdjffhcidbi, “Dank Memes Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  228. ocgfhclcahimdhfjgmakmfdnhomofljo, “Bts Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  229. ocponkhpfikgnggeflddgkfcmhjejedo, “Chevrolet Corvette Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  230. odoenahafpbigcelejhbkkhnjfleanok, “Lamborghini Super Cars Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  231. oehamnhnpejphgpkgnenefolepinadjj, “Fortnite Drift Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  232. oejbnchocabaoicconfnbjghebmbfemc, “Rocky Paw Mighty Pups Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  233. oejmcobpfiiladgbfpknibppfnekbolo, “Yeezy Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  234. oemkcngaaomgokaclafmkcgcpbfelmnb, “Wild Animals 3D Neon Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  235. ofbfieekadnmifbaoigkcffobkkjblep, “Cherry Blossom Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  236. ofgihclaiecmjbfjnajjimdbjnbiimkk, “Audi R8 Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  237. ofkjndegefemablfmefngnpchlhapdmi, “Art Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  238. ofockibbbgfclddbpbhhohdldgkomhgm, “Custom Super Cars Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  239. ogegpnamjdpcadpldhijjlhkicgbnkjj, “Louis Vuitton Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  240. ogiaghccmoklogdlbchapejmjnnlichn, “Japan Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  241. ohjoklkmollkbcibgddolpmpgaoophfl, “One Direction Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  242. ohobkendnpiijpeiaimjbannfcmhaogi, “Deathstroke Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  243. ohoingjkmkkoffkdmbpipdncbkhaaefd, “Dachshund Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  244. oihecidjnjpjfeefkambkjgebbmpahgn, “Dc Comics Shazam Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  245. oilikkahlcnchaipbojfgejapechblbl, “Santa Claus Christmas Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  246. ojfjgkolegfhneacbgcjaoajfgcfoapf, “Halloween Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  247. ojhlagjgjbjfgllocdhlpnkbdlcipnmo, “Cars”
  248. ojmpgbcmiimbkmjfgmcneplkneleehcc, “God Of War 2018 Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  249. ojnlggfhmoioajgmnelfdpjojaeknjog, “The Incredibles 2 Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  250. okgnpdnekilbcgcfeheanbpbhnhmopfc, “Yeezy Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  251. okjdiicjoeloipmgdopdmhpebnnfadih, “Sao Alicization Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  252. okphhehkikoonipdjmhglcmlgccjcblp, “Los Angeles Lakers Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  253. olochidfgadpdbdmdfbhgimiffnllaij, “Dragon Ball Super Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  254. ombenndgcnmcnfohnbbjcmbmfmpefojc, “Panda Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  255. omclahaofiigfggelbcleagcphjhabmp, “Fallout 76 Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  256. onjjlcdmafgcjdbhmlnpmheobbfeilah, “Lego Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  257. onnmfhejbikffoenamcfglpjnmmbkdeg, “Daredevil Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  258. oonheecobachpkogdjjnemiipogpgnmg, “The Vampire Diaries Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  259. opbobdfddmiemhekjiglckcenhpfdbjm, “Hulk Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  260. opjpfngjbdmgkilopbnapbkbngedcpmj, “Bap Kpop Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  261. oplhjpchbbngmpgcpjcbijhfehbhodgi, “Rwby Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  262. oppbpkjmehgijcpeddkpbadoidfpcblg, “Live Christmas Snowfall Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  263. paddichbcfehpelokpidnagccddbpkin, “Tesla Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  264. pajbempmgmalnfpbnpclkelnhfccikal, “Bts Bangtan Boys Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  265. pboddlnfegdnifbhepjegnokocjpadpd, “Kawaii Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  266. pcbpmbmpjjibcmodpaomahiokikjomgc, “Boston Terrier Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  267. pcembleiffdccjkcebaodmhgkopipdan, “Ultra Instinct Goku Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  268. pcgcmplcfdfkkkmaggghdghnlddkpbbo, “DBS and Dragon Ball Super”
  269. pdhibfagbndnidgfjkhdhlfibdoofbji, “Bmw Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  270. pdloaiifhmlbhhppajjmfpijopfeenoo, “Bentley Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  271. pehnljkefahmlhifockljagcfcpljclc, “Gothic Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  272. pelnnoacfeaanpmnmacjjnnpgfggekig, “V & Jimin Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  273. pfekelemlpmelhipncgddloaflehglmb, “Tiger Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  274. pfepcffcdodcancalckiencamnonoebl, “Momo Twice Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  275. pfpgpbfndacjjjdlgefggndhionakfmb, “Lilo And Stitch Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  276. pghkmhmjldklacabcgkaaboikfaaogmi, “Kpop Big Bang Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  277. pgilbgknfcnjjblfnjojmcpkggipblci, “Clash Of Clans Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  278. pgleokbigapafgjodffamlhdkhiagdgb, “Bmw Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  279. phkafpikdokjpogdhjpkcgfjpfgnlgeo, “Hulk Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  280. phmogllmicehmpglfobbihoelfidjnpd, “Carolina Panthers Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  281. pihogmfmhefemijkgmbimkngninbkkce, “J-Hope Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  282. pilmbpeapchjcnldfomimmcfoigoenoc, “Emoji Unicorn Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  283. pinfndnjmdocmimbeonilpahdaldopjc, “Assassination Classroom Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  284. pinkcaefpkjpljfflabpkcgbkpbomdfk, “Forest Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  285. pjabdohmcokffcednbgpeoifpdbfgfbj, “Cool Fortnite Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  286. pjjmcpmjocebmjmhdclbiheoideefiad, “Harry Potter Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  287. plcdglhlbmlnfoghfhmbhehapfadedod, “Code Geass Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  288. pmdakkjbaeioodmomlmnklahihodjcjk, “Kpop Red Velvet Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  289. pmnpldnflfopbhndkjndecojdpgecckf, “Mac Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  290. pnamonkagicmlnalnlcdaoeenhlgdklf, “Fortnite Skull Trooper Wallpaper HD New Tab”
  291. poeokidblnamjkagggonidcigafaobki, “Kakashi Hatake Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  292. pofffhlknjbjolmfoeagdmbbdbjjmeki, “Bts Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  293. polgnkadhhhmlahkhhbicledbpklnake, “James Harden Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  294. ppicajcmopaimnnikbafgknffbdmomfk, “Muscle Cars Wallpaper HD Custom New Tab”
  295. ppmbiomgjfenipmnjiiaemcaboaeljil, “Forntine Battle Ground Wallpaper HD New Tab”

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VirusTotal Adds Cynet’s Artificial Intelligence-Based Malware Detection

VirusTotal, the famous multi-antivirus scanning service owned by Google, recently announced new threat detection capabilities it added with the help of an Israeli cybersecurity firm.

VirusTotal provides a free online service that analyzes suspicious files and URLs to detect malware and automatically shares them with the security community. With the onslaught of new malware types and samples, researchers rely on the rapid discovery and sharing provided by VirusTotal to keep their companies safe from attacks.

VirusTotal relies on a continuous stream of new malware discoveries to protect its members from significant damage.

Cynet, the creator of the autonomous breach protection platform, has now integrated its Cynet Detection Engine into VirusTotal.

The benefits of this partnership are twofold. First, Cynet provides the VirusTotal partner network cutting-edge threat intelligence from its ML-based detection engine (CyAI) that actively protects the company's clients around the globe.

CyAI is a continuously learning and evolving detection model that routinely contributes information about new threats that are not available in VirusTotal. Although many vendors are using AI/ML models, the ability of the models to detect new threats vary greatly.

Cynet routinely outperforms third party and open source detection platforms and is frequently relied upon in incident response cases when underlying threats remain hidden from other solutions.

For example, Cynet recently conducted an Incident Response engagement for a large telecom provider. Cynet discovered several malicious files that did not appear in the VirusTotal database.

Contributing information on these newly discovered files helps our entire industry perform better and protect businesses against cyber-attacks.

Second, Cynet will leverage intelligence in VirusTotal to inform its CyAI model in order to continuously improve its detection capabilities and accuracy.

Cynet AI is continually evolving, constantly learning new datasets in order to improve its accuracy and decrease its already-low false positive ratio. Comparing files found to be malicious by CyAI against files also found to be malicious by other providers helps to quickly validate Cynet's findings.

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10 things to know about Android 10

Android 10 is here! With this release, we focused on making your everyday life easier with features powered by on-device machine learning, as well as supporting new technologies like Foldables and 5G. At the same time, with almost 50 changes related to privacy and security, Android 10 gives you greater protection, transparency, and control over your data. This builds on top of our ongoing commitment to provide industry-leading security and privacy protections on Android. We also built new tools that empower people of all abilities, and help you find the right balance with technology.

Here are the 10 things you should know, centered on innovation, security and privacy and digital wellbeing:

Simpler, smarter, and more helpful

1. Smart Reply now suggests actions. So when someone sends you a message with an address or a YouTube video, you can open and navigate in Google Maps or open up the video in YouTube—no copying and pasting required. And Smart Reply now works across all your favorite messaging apps.

2. Come to the dark side… with Dark Theme. You can enable Dark Theme for your entire phone or for specific apps like Photos and Calendar. It’s easier on your eyes, and your phone battery too.

3. Take advantage of larger, edge-to-edge screens with the new gesture navigation. With simple swipes, you can go backwards, pull up the homescreen, and fluidly move between tasks. After switching, you won’t want to go back to visible buttons.

4. With a single tap, Live Caption will automatically caption videos, podcasts and audio messages across any app—even stuff you record yourself. Live Caption will become available this fall, starting with Pixel.

New privacy and security features put you in control

5. You can choose to only share location data with apps while you’re using them. You’ll also receive reminders when an app that you are not actively using is accessing your location, so you can decide whether or not to continue sharing.

6. In a new Privacy section under Settings, you’ll find important controls like Web & App Activity and Ad Settings in one place.

7. With Google Play system updates, important security and privacy fixes can now be sent to your phone from Google Play, in the same way your apps update. So you get these fixes as soon as they’re available, without having to wait for a full OS update.

Find the right balance with technology for you and your family

8. You have greater control over where and when notifications will alert you. Mark notifications as “Silent” and they won’t make noise or appear on your lockscreen, so you're only alerted by notifications when you want to be.

9. Now Family Link is part of every device running Android 10, right in settings under Digital Wellbeing. Parents can use these tools to set digital ground rules like daily screen time limits, device bedtime, time limits on specific apps, and more. They can also review the apps children install on their devices, as well as their usage.

10. Want to be in the zone but not off the grid? Digital Wellbeing now brings you Focus mode. Select the apps you find distracting—such as email or the news—and silence them until you come out of Focus mode. Sign up for the Beta to try it.

There’s lots more in Android 10, including a new enterprise feature that lets you use different keyboards for your personal and work profiles, app timers for specific websites so you can balance your time on the web, new gender-inclusive emoji, and support for direct audio streaming to hearing aid devices.

Android 10 begins rolling out to Pixel phones today, and we’re working with our partners to launch and upgrade devices to Android 10 this year. Learn more at


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How to Minify HTML in WordPress Without a Plugin

What is HTML Minification?

When you minify HTML it removes the unnecessary characters and lines in the source code. Indentation, comments, empty lines, etc. are not required in HTML. They just make the file easier to read. Cutting out all this unnecessary stuff can shave down your file size considerably. When you minify HTML code on your website, the server will send a much smaller page to the client making your website load quicker.

WordPress creates pages on demand by executing PHP code to put together the HTML version of your site and querying your database to get the content to insert into that HTML. There is no physical file that we can download and minify ourselves, so we will need to use a bit of PHP code inside the functions.php file of your theme. This code will compress the output HTML before being sent to your visitors. Below are two screenshots that show a webpage before and after HTML Minification.

Before HTML Minification

After HTML Minification

Step 1: Create a Child Theme

Before we edit the functions.php file, it’s always best to create a child theme. Using a child theme will allow you to revert back to the parent theme if there are problems. Also, any changes you make will not be deleted if your parent theme gets updated.

If you prefer not to create a child theme or you do not feel comfortable doing this on your own, there is a great lightweight plugin you can use called Code Snippets. Code Snippets is an easy, clean and simple way to add code snippets to your site. It removes the need to add custom snippets to your theme’s functions.php file.

Step 2: Edit your Child Theme functions.php File

There are 2 different ways we can edit the functions.php file in your child theme.

Inside WordPress Control Panel

While you are logged into WordPress you can access and edit the functions.php file of your theme by going to Appearance > Editor and selecting Theme Functions on the right hand side of the page.

Edit the File Directly in cPanel

Log into your cPanel File Manager. Go to the public_html/wp-content/themes/ and choose the folder of your current theme or child theme if you have created one. The functions.php file will be inside your theme folder.

Copy and paste the code below inside your functions.php file and save.

class FLHM_HTML_Compression
protected $flhm_compress_css = true;
protected $flhm_compress_js = true;
protected $flhm_info_comment = true;
protected $flhm_remove_comments = true;
protected $html;
public function __construct($html)
if (!empty($html))
public function __toString()
return $this->html;
protected function flhm_bottomComment($raw, $compressed)
$raw = strlen($raw);
$compressed = strlen($compressed);
$savings = ($raw-$compressed) / $raw * 100;
$savings = round($savings, 2);
return '<!--HTML compressed, size saved '.$savings.'%. From '.$raw.' bytes, now '.$compressed.' bytes-->';
protected function flhm_minifyHTML($html)
$pattern = '/<(?<script>script).*?<\/script\s*>|<(?<style>style).*?<\/style\s*>|<!(?<comment>--).*?-->|<(?<tag>[\/\w.:-]*)(?:".*?"|\'.*?\'|[^\'">]+)*>|(?<text>((<[^!\/\w.:-])?[^<]*)+)|/si';
preg_match_all($pattern, $html, $matches, PREG_SET_ORDER);
$overriding = false;
$raw_tag = false;
$html = '';
foreach ($matches as $token)
$tag = (isset($token['tag'])) ? strtolower($token['tag']) : null;
$content = $token[0];
if (is_null($tag))
if ( !empty($token['script']) )
$strip = $this->flhm_compress_js;
else if ( !empty($token['style']) )
$strip = $this->flhm_compress_css;
else if ($content == '<!--wp-html-compression no compression-->')
$overriding = !$overriding; 
else if ($this->flhm_remove_comments)
if (!$overriding && $raw_tag != 'textarea')
$content = preg_replace('/<!--(?!\s*(?:\[if [^\]]+]|<!|>))(?:(?!-->).)*-->/s', '', $content);
if ($tag == 'pre' || $tag == 'textarea')
$raw_tag = $tag;
else if ($tag == '/pre' || $tag == '/textarea')
$raw_tag = false;
if ($raw_tag || $overriding)
$strip = false;
$strip = true; 
$content = preg_replace('/(\s+)(\w++(?<!\baction|\balt|\bcontent|\bsrc)="")/', '$1', $content); 
$content = str_replace(' />', '/>', $content);
if ($strip)
$content = $this->flhm_removeWhiteSpace($content);
$html .= $content;
return $html;
public function flhm_parseHTML($html)
$this->html = $this->flhm_minifyHTML($html);
if ($this->flhm_info_comment)
$this->html .= "\n" . $this->flhm_bottomComment($html, $this->html);
protected function flhm_removeWhiteSpace($str)
$str = str_replace("\t", ' ', $str);
$str = str_replace("\n",  '', $str);
$str = str_replace("\r",  '', $str);
while (stristr($str, '  '))
$str = str_replace('  ', ' ', $str);
return $str;
function flhm_wp_html_compression_finish($html)
return new FLHM_HTML_Compression($html);
function flhm_wp_html_compression_start()
add_action('get_header', 'flhm_wp_html_compression_start');

Step 3: Make Sure Everything is Working

After you have added the code, you can check to see if the HTML is being minified on Google Chrome by right clicking the page and selecting “View page source.” If everything is working correctly, it should look like the example picture I gave at the top of this page.

I highly recommend you check all aspects of your website after you add this code. Check and make sure all plugins and theme functionality is working properly.

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Introducing Google Cloud’s Secret Manager

Many applications require credentials to connect to a database, API keys to invoke a service, or certificates for authentication. Managing and securing access to these secrets is often complicated by secret sprawl, poor visibility, or lack of integrations.

Secret Manager is a new Google Cloud service that provides a secure and convenient method for storing API keys, passwords, certificates, and other sensitive data. Secret Manager provides a central place and single source of truth to manage, access, and audit secrets across Google Cloud.

Secret Manager offers many important features:

  • Global names and replication: Secrets are project-global resources. You can choose between automatic and user-managed replication policies, so you control where your secret data is stored.
  • First-class versioning: Secret data is immutable and most operations take place on secret versions. With Secret Manager, you can pin a secret to specific versions like 42 or floating aliases like latest.
  • Principles of least privilege: Only project owners have permissions to access secrets. Other roles must explicitly be granted permissions through Cloud IAM.
  • Audit logging: With Cloud Audit Logging enabled, every interaction with Secret Manager generates an audit entry. You can ingest these logs into anomaly detection systems to spot abnormal access patterns and alert on possible security breaches.
  • Strong encryption guarantees: Data is encrypted in transit with TLS and at rest with AES-256-bit encryption keys. Support for customer-managed encryption keys (CMEK) is coming soon.
  • VPC Service Controls: Enable context-aware access to Secret Manager from hybrid environments with VPC Service Controls.

The Secret Manager beta is available to all Google Cloud customers today. To get started, check out the Secret Manager Quickstarts. Let's take a deeper dive into some of Secret Manager’s functionality.

Global names and replication

Early customer feedback identified that regionalization is often a pain point in existing secrets management tools, even though credentials like API keys or certificates rarely differ across cloud regions. For this reason, secret names are global within their project.

While secret names are global, the secret data is regional. Some enterprises want full control over the regions in which their secrets are stored, while others do not have a preference. Secret Manager addresses both of these customer requirements and preferences with replication policies.

  • Automatic replication: The simplest replication policy is to let Google choose the regions where Secret Manager secrets should be replicated.
  • User-managed replication: If given a user-managed replication policy, Secret Manager replicates secret data into all the user-supplied locations. You don’t need to install any additional software or run additional services—Google handles data replication to your specified regions. Customers who want more control over the regions where their secret data is stored should choose this replication strategy.

First-class versioning

Versioning is a core tenet of reliable systems to support gradual rollout, emergency rollback, and auditing. Secret Manager automatically versions secret data using secret versions, and most operations—like access, destroy, disable, and enable—take place on a secret version.

Production deployments should always be pinned to a specific secret version. Updating a secret should be treated in the same way as deploying a new version of the application. Rapid iteration environments like development and staging, on the other hand, can use Secret Manager's latest alias, which always returns the most recent version of the secret.


In addition to the Secret Manager API and client libraries, you can also use the Cloud SDK to create secrets:

$ gcloud beta secrets create "my-secret" \
    --replication-policy "automatic" \
    --data-file "/tmp/my-secret.txt"

and to access secret versions:

$ gcloud beta secrets versions access "latest" \
    --secret "my-secret"

Discovering secrets

As mentioned above, Secret Manager can store a variety of secrets. You can use Cloud DLP to help find secrets using infoType detectors for credentials and secrets. The following command will search all files in a source directory and produce a report of possible secrets to migrate to Secret Manager:

$ find . -type f | xargs -n1 gcloud alpha dlp text inspect \

If you currently store secrets in a Cloud Storage bucket, you can configure a DLP job to scan your bucket in the Cloud Console.

Over time, native Secret Manager integrations will become available in other Google Cloud products and services.

What about Berglas?

Berglas is an open source project for managing secrets on Google Cloud. You can continue to use Berglas as-is and, beginning with v0.5.0, you can use it to create and access secrets directly from Secret Manager using the sm:// prefix.

$ berglas access sm://my-project/api-key

If you want to move your secrets from Berglas into Secret Manager, the berglas migrate command provides a one-time automated migration.

Accelerating security

Security is central to modern software development, and we’re excited to help you make your environment more secure by adding secrets management to our existing Google Cloud security product portfolio. With Secret Manager, you can easily manage, audit, and access secrets like API keys and credentials across Google Cloud.

To learn more, check out the Secret Manager documentation and Secret Manager pricing pages.

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Set up Chrome Browser Cloud Management

Enroll cloud-managed Chrome Browsers

After you have access to your Google Admin console, here's how to enroll the devices where you want to manage Chrome Browsers. You'll then be able to enforce policies for any users who open Chrome Browser on an enrolled device.

Step 1: Generate enrollment token

  1. In your Google Admin console (at

  2. (Optional) To add browsers in the top-level organization in your domain, keep Include all organizational units selected. Alternatively, you can generate a token that will enroll browsers directly to a specific organizational unit by selecting it in the left navigation before moving on to the next step. For more information, see Add an organization unit.
  3. At the bottom, click Add  to generate an enrollment token.
  4. In the box, click Copy  to copy the enrollment token.

Step 2: Enroll browsers with the enrollment token

Enroll browsers on Windows

Option 1: Use the Group Policy Management Editor

Under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Chrome, set CloudManagementEnrollmentToken to the generated token you copied above.

Clear the current enrollment if one exists using:

(Optional) By default, if enrollment fails (for example if the enrollment token is invalid or revoked), Chrome will start in an unmanaged state. If you instead want to prevent Chrome browser from starting if enrollment fails, set CloudManagementEnrollmentMandatory under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Chrome to true


  • The token must be set at a local machine level. It won't work at the user level.
  • If the machines you are enrolling are imaged from the same Windows source, make sure that you have used Microsoft's System Preparation tool (Sysprep) so that each enrolled machine has a unique identifier.

Option 2: Download the reg file

Click Download .reg file. The downloaded .reg file automatically adds the token and clears the current enrollment when run.

When you use the reg file, Chrome browser will still respect the CloudManagementEnrollmentMandatory policy in Option 1, blocking launch if enrollment fails. See the note above if you're enrolling machines imaged from the same Windows source.

Enroll browsers on Mac

Option 1: Use a policy

Push the token to your browser as a policy named CloudManagementEnrollmentToken. Setting policies on Mac devices requires the Apple Profile Manager.

Note: If you choose to manually set policies, be aware that Mac OS will delete the policy files on every sign-in. Learn more about setting up policies on Mac in the Quick Start Guide and help center.

(Optional) By default, if enrollment fails (for example if the enrollment token is invalid or revoked), Chrome will start in an unmanaged state. If you instead want to prevent Chrome browser from starting if enrollment fails, set CloudManagementEnrollmentMandatory to true

Option 2: Use a text file

Push the token in a text file called CloudManagementEnrollmentToken, under /Library/Google/Chrome/. This file must only contain the token and be encoded as a .txt file, but should not have the .txt filename extension.

(Optional) By default, if enrollment fails (for example if the enrollment token is invalid or revoked), Chrome will start in an unmanaged state. If you instead want to prevent Chrome browser from starting if enrollment fails, create a file called CloudManagementEnrollmentOptions under /Library/Google/Chrome/ with the text Mandatory (case sensitive). This file must be encoded as a .txt file, but should not have the .txt filename extension.

If a token is pushed using both methods above, Chrome will use the value present in the policy and ignore the file. The token is stored in a directory under the home directory on the user's Mac. Each Mac OS user must enroll separately.

Enroll browsers on Linux machines

The token can be pushed by creating a text file called enrollment_token, under /etc/opt/chrome/policies/enrollment. This file must only contain the token and nothing else.

(Optional) By default, if enrollment fails (for example if the enrollment token is invalid or revoked), Chrome will start in an unmanaged state. If you instead want to prevent Chrome browser from starting if enrollment fails, create a file called CloudManagementEnrollmentOptions under /etc/opt/chrome/policies/enrollment/ with the text Mandatory (case sensitive). This file must be encoded as a .txt file, but should not have the .txt filename extension.

Step 3: Launch Chrome Browser and confirm enrollment

  1. After setting the enrollment token using one of the methods in Step 2, quit Chrome Browser (if it's open) and launch Chrome Browser on the managed device.
  2. Sign in to the Google Admin console (
  3. Go to Device management  Chrome management  Managed browsers.  All browsers that have been launched with your enrollment token will appear in the browser list.
  4. (Optional) To see additional details, click a machine's name.


  • If you have multiple installations of Chrome Browser on a single device, they will show up in the browser list as a single managed browser.
  • Enrollment tokens are only used during enrollment. After enrollment, they can be revoked in the Admin console. However, enrolled browsers will still be registered.
  • On Windows, only system installations are supported because Chrome Browser requires admin privileges to register.

Just after registering, not many fields are populated. You need to enable browser reporting to access detailed reporting information. For more information, see Step 4: Enable Chrome Browser reporting.

Unenroll and re-enroll devices

To remove policies and to unenroll a device in Chrome Browser Cloud Management, delete both the enrollment token and the device token.

To re-enroll a device, delete the device token while leaving the enrollment token in place. The device token was created by Chrome during the initial enrollment. Make sure not to revoke the enrollment token. If you accidentally delete the enrollment token, create a new one.

Note: Unenrolling browsers from Chrome Browser Cloud Management doesn't delete the data that's already uploaded to the Google Admin console. To delete uploaded data, delete the corresponding device from the Admin console.


When are enrollment tokens used?

Enrollment tokens are only used during enrollment. They can be revoked after enrollment and enrolled browsers will still be registered.

Does this token enrollment process require admin privileges on Windows?

Yes. On Windows, only system installations are supported.

What gets uploaded during the enrollment process?

During the enrollment process, Chrome Browser uploads the following information:

  •   Enrollment token
  •   Device ID
  •   Machine name
  •   OS platform
  •   OS version

Why don't I see a Chrome management section in my Admin console?

If you have the legacy free edition of G Suite, Chrome management isn't currently available in your Admin console. Support for legacy free edition will be rolled out in the future.