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A serious security flaw in the Kwikset Halo smart-lock app was found by Bitdefender researchers, then quickly fixed. Here's what you need to do.
Apple Thursday pushed out emergency software updates for iPhones, iPads and Macs to fix two security vulnerabilities that were already being exploited by hackers.
Wyze fixed three security flaws discovered by Bitdefender -- but not on Wyze Cam version 1, which won't get the patches.
From remote-impersonation scams and sextortion to fake antivirus and tech support, here are the threats you need to be aware of.
Don't believe all the exaggerated claims that VPNs make about protecting your privacy and security, experts say.
Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Brave have all released fixes to patch one very serious zero-day flaw that's actively being exploited by hackers. Here's how to update your browsers.
A 16-year-old living with his mother near Oxford, England may be one of the leaders of the Lapsus$ hacker crew that has stolen data from Microsoft, Nvidia, Samsung, Ubisoft and other companies.
Microsoft admitted that the Lapsus$ hacking crew broke into its systems and took source code, but insists that no real damage was done.
The Lapsus$ hacking crew said it had stolen 37 GB of source code from Microsoft, but it still wasn't clear if that claim was true or what the source code could be used for.
A malicious Android app called Craftsart Cartoon Photo Tools aims to steal your Facebook password, but it's now been removed from Google Play. Here's how to make sure you don't have it installed.
Someone's created an easy way to fake perfect-looking login windows. Crooks will use it to steal passwords, so here's how to avoid being fooled.
More than a dozen models of Asus home Wi-Fi routers are being attacked by a notorious Russian hacking group -- and researchers fear other brands will be affected too.
The 'CryptoRom' scam uses promises of romance and quick riches, along with malicious iPhone and Android apps, to fleece victims out of thousands of dollars apiece.
The German government warned against using Kaspersky antivirus software because it could be weaponized by the Russian government.
Apple released security updates for iPhones, iPads, Mac, Apple TV, Apple Watch and even iTunes for Windows, fixing dozens of serious vulnerabilities.
Dozens of phones using a chipset made by China's UNISOC can be hacked, and the chipset maker doesn't seem to have fixed the flaw.
A new Android malware named after Pablo Escobar steals your passwords and your 2FA codes before completely taking over your phone.
The Qakbot banking Trojan now infects users by inserting random messages into ongoing email threads, then urging readers to open linked Office files.
Hundreds of HP desktops and laptops are affected by more than a dozen serious security flaws in the UEFI/BIOS firmware. Fortunately, there are fixes available.
The FBI issued a public-service announcement regarding scam callers who pretend to be government officials but want you to pay fines or provide sensitive information immediately.
President Biden issued an executive order ordering half a dozen federal agencies to come up with a unified plan to regulate cryptocurrency.
Samsung admitted it had suffered a devastating data breach that leaked internal source code, but insisted no customer personal data was compromised.
Ordinary Americans are continuing to lose thousands of dollars to telephone scammers pretending to be bank representatives, and a legal loophole lets banks dodge any responsibility.