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Exactly how Chronicle’s VirusTotal internet search engine plays right into Alphabe …

Earlier this year, Google parent Alphabet unveiled a new, top-level company called Chronicle that would be dedicated to cybersecurity. Initially created within X, Alphabet’s so-called “moonshot factory” unit, Chronicle has said that it’s developing a security analytics platform for corporate customers, harnessing the company’s strengths in search, artificial intelligence, raw computing, and data storage power. But Chronicle also includes an often-overlooked security product called VirusTotal, sometimes described as “Google for malware.” Bernardo Quintero [Photo: courtesy of VirusTotal] Acquired by Google in 2012, the Malaga, Spain, based company was […]

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