Hackers are already abusing ChatGPT to create new malware samples. It's a problem that's only likely going to get worse.
Scammers are messaging unsuspecting users on Facebook while pretending to be a friend with a new scam designed to steal their accounts.
The debt collector NCB has disclosed that hackers breached its systems though they also gained access to Bank of America and TD Bank customer data.
A screen recorder app that used to be legitimate has turned malicious and is now infecting users with dangerous malware.
Apple is reportedly testing out its new iMessage Contact Key Verification security feature in the iOS 16.6 and iPadOS 16.6 betas.
If you bought a budget Android TV box from Amazon recently, you need to read this as it may have come pre-loaded with malware.
Apple has patched three zero-day vulnerabilities that have been used by hackers to launch attacks against iPhones, Macs and the company’s other devices.
Being able to use iMessage on Windows is great, but Microsoft’s Phone Link app could be used to spy on your iPhone if you’re not careful.
DarkBERT is a new AI language model that was trained exclusively on data from the dark web and it’s already outperforming other large language models.
Developers looking to cash in on the popularity of ChatGPT have created fleeceware apps imitating the incredibly popular AI chatbot.
Hackers are using an open-source port of the cybersecurity tool Cobalt Strike to launch attacks against unsuspecting Mac users.
Hackers often use popular movies like The Super Mario Bros. Movie as a means of infecting unsuspecting users with malware.
Toyota has disclosed a data breach after a misconfiguration in its cloud environment could have allowed anyone to access car location data without a password.
Intel is investigating claims that its Intel Boot Guard private keys were leaked following a data breach at MSI earlier this year.
Google is bringing Google One’s dark web report to Gmail for free but only U.S. users will be able to try out the feature when it rolls out in the coming weeks.
The FTC is warning users about a new phishing scam that uses urgent emails from PayPal and MetaMask to trick users.
The new FluHorse malware is being spread through a phishing campaign that tricks users into installing malicious apps impersonating legitimate ones.
These malicious apps could secretly be draining your bank account by signing you up for paid subscription services against your will.
Figuring out whether someone is who they say they are will soon be even easier in Gmail thanks to Google’s new blue checkmark system.
Google is rolling out passkey support for all Google accounts to protect them against password reuse, phishing attacks and being leaked in data breaches.
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Google and Apple have joined forces to create a new specification that would alert both Android and iOS users about unknown Bluetooth trackers.
Minecraft clone apps on the Play Store were found to contain adware which slows down devices and eats up data by loading ads in the background.
The Daam malware can steal sensitive data, hide from antivirus apps and even deploy ransomware on infected Android smartphones.
Researchers have combined thermal cameras and AI to crack passwords based on where a user touches their keyboard and even their smartphone’s screen.
Hackers are now using the EvilExtractor malware in phishing campaigns designed to steal passwords and other sensitive data from Windows PCs.
State-sponsored hackers are targeting vulnerable Macs in their cyberattacks with a new malware strain called RustBucket.
Hackers are impersonating Google Search in a new phishing scam to steal personal and financial data from unsuspecting users.