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Google Stops Sideloading In Singapore

Fong Choong Fook, CEO, LGMS Berhad

09-Feb-24 08:30

Google Stops Sideloading In Singapore

With malware scams posing serious threats to user privacy, Google has taken action by launching a trial in Singapore to block sideloading i.e. installations from unverified sources on Android devices. We discuss the efficacy of this feature and whether its implementation should be considered in Malaysia with cybersecurity expert CF Fong. 

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Produced by: Moh Heng Ying

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Wong Shou Ning, Philip See


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Categories:  internationaltechnology

Tags:  google sideloading singaporemalware scam privacy datacybersecurity





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