Many people are getting suspicious messages to turn on something called 'Facebook Protect' -- and they're not phishing scams, but rather the real thing.
Two different strains of Android banking Trojans have recently shown up in the official Google Play app store, and one was still there when we wrote this.
Recent lists of the most commonly used passwords show that they're still the worst passwords you can possibly use.
Most web browsers offer to remember your passwords, but don't let them. Here's why browsers aren't safe enough, and what you should use instead.
Scammers are exploiting the Ukraine crisis by setting up bogus charity websites and sending out messages with fake appeals for help, a security firm warns.
Here's how you can tell if an AirTag is stalking you, whether you use an iPhone, an Android phone or no phone at all.
The state attorneys general of New York and Pennsylvania issued warnings to residents about the dangers of AirTag stalking.
Microsoft will soon make it harder for end users to enable macros in Office files downloaded from the internet, which should have a huge effect on computer security.
Google has patched Chrome to fix a zero-day flaw that may already be being exploited in the wild, along with 10 other vulnerabilities.
SIM-swapping attacks to steal phone numbers and linked online accounts grew 15-fold in 2021, the FBI warned.
To make it harder to use AirTags for stalking people, Apple will change the ways in which wayward AirTags are detected and iPhone users are notified.
Intel fixed 27 security flaws in 15 different wireless adapters for PCs, but Windows users are going to have to install the patches manually.
After its first attempt failed, Zoom has finally fixed an issue where Mac microphones stayed on and in listening mode after Zoom meetings had ended.
Watch out for websites offering Windows 11 installations, because they might just be harboring the notorious RedLine information-stealing malware.
The Signal encrypted-messaging service said it's now possible to change your phone number without deleting your message history or groups.
TurboTax parent company Intuit warns that a phishing campaign is trying to lure its customers to fake websites that may try to steal their passwords or install malware.
Modified AirTags that won't beep if they're being secretly used to track people are being sold online. Here's why that's dangerous.
Google's One VPN service is now available for iOS devices in North America and western Europe, but will it really appeal to iPhone users?
Facebook Messenger has made end-to-end-encrypted groups chats and calls available, and here's how to use them.
An Android security app installed by 10,000 people downloaded malware designed to break into online bank accounts.
Nearly 470 Android apps in Google Play were part of an ongoing 'fleeceware' campaign that has stolen perhaps hundreds of millions of dollars around the world, researchers said.
Your 2021 federal income-tax return is your last chance to claim money you may be owed from stimulus payments or child tax credits. Here's what to do.
About 6,000 cellphone numbers belonging to customers of TracFone, Straight Talk and Total Wireless have been stolen in recent months, according to news reports.
Samsung has introduced an all-in-one fingerprint-reading chipset that it hopes will finally spur widespread adoption of biometric credit cards.
A new variant of the BRATA banking Trojan can factory-wipe your Android device after cleaning out your bank account.