Privacy-minded search engine You.com is easy to use and looks great, but it's surprisingly intrusive, asking for personal information and insisting that you install a browser extension.
The stock-trading app Robinhood said about 7 million customers had personal details exposed in a data breach, but downplayed the impact of the stolen information.
Some Google users are being told they have to start using two-factor authentication by Nov. 9, and millions of others will follow by the end of the year. Here's what that means for you.
A phishing scam tries to steal your Steam login credentials by promising you a free month of Discord Nitro. Don't fall for it.
Facebook unexpectedly said it would kill off its Face Recognition feature, which automatically identifies Facebook users in uploaded photos and videos.
Google has kicked 151 scam Android apps out of the Play Store, but the 10 million people who installed the apps will have to remove them manually. Here's how.
A new Android malware campaign roots phones using five known security flaws, luring in victims with well designed apps that seem to work just fine.
Google update Chrome on the desktop to fix eight serious security flaws, including two that are already being exploited by hackers.
Apple pushed out security updates for iPhones, Mac, iPads, Apple Watch and Apple TV to fix dozens of serious security flaws, including at least one already attack by hackers.
An Israeli researcher was able to 'crack' the Wi-Fi passwords for 70% of home and business networks using cheap tools. Here's how to make sure you're part of the other 30%.
Two security firms are warning of a flood of Squid Game-related scams and malware, including poisoned downloads and bogus Halloween costumes.
Mac information-stealing malware can now install anything and completely take over your system, reports Microsoft.
Russian cybercriminals are using fake marketing proposals to sucker YouTube content creators into downloading malicious software that steals their accounts, Google said.
The Pixel 6 brings significant improvements to Android privacy and security, even if many of them involve playing catch-up with Apple.
The Brave browser has made its own privacy-focused search engine the default, displacing Google and promising users no tracking or profiling.
WhatsApp now lets you encrypt your chat backups with a private key, Facebook said in a series of online postings. Here's how the process works.
Low-cost wireless carrier Visible denied it had suffered a data breach even as a rash of account takeovers continued.
Apple has doubled down on its argument that letting iPhone users sideload apps would wreck iOS security, releasing a new 'threat analysis' to explain its point of view.
Yubico this week brought out the YubiKey Bio hardware security key, which has a fingerprint scanner that works well but also some surprising functional limitations.
Apps on Android and iOS are roughly equal in how much they track and profile you, Oxford researchers have found.
The Maximus Answer DualCam video doorbell has nearly perfect security, except in two areas, Bitdefender researchers find.
The online gaming streaming and chat service Twitch has been hacked, with source code and financial information posted online.
The FluBot Android banking Trojan is trying a new approach, telling you that your phone has been infected with FluBot and you need to install a bogus 'security update.'
About 4.6 million people who shopped on the Neiman Marcus website before June 2020 had credit cards and account passwords stolen in a data breach, the company said.