For the second time in a week, Google pushed out a patch for Chrome on the desktop to fix flaws being exploited by hackers in the wild.
Apple Pay transactions involving a Visa card can be stolen over the air, but the problem remains unfixed while the two companies squabble over who is at fault.
The expiration of a security certificate on Sept. 30 may kill internet access for older iPhones, Macs, smart TVs and millions of other devices.
An Android malware campaign called 'GriftHorse' has infected up to 10 million users worldwide and stolen millions of dollars.
A new strain of malware called BloodyStealer is out to swipe online gaming accounts, including those from Bethesda, EA, Epic Games, GOG and Steam.
Google pushed out a surprise update for desktop Chrome to fix a single flaw used by hackers to attack computers.
An researcher posted exploits for three apparent iOS 15 security flaws online because he said Apple has done nothing to patch them after having known of them for nearly five months.
Older iPhones and Macs from 2013 and 2014 just got security patches to fix flaws being actively exploited by hackers.
Xiaomi and Huawei phones pose security and privacy risks and shouldn't be used, warns the Lithuanian government. OnePlus phones were found to be harmless.
At least 11 different Netgear Nighthawk home Wi-Fi router models are vulnerable to attack, thanks to a flaw in third-party software.
A corrupted version of a legitimate Mac app has been been spotted online, luring in potential victims with poisoned search-engine results.
Microsoft now lets all account holders sign in without a password. Here's how it works and how to set it up.
Apple's iOS 15 is adding many new privacy and security features. Here are the most significant ones coming to your iPhone when the software update arrives Sept. 20.
Google updated Chrome on the desktop to fix 11 security flaws, two of which are already being used in attacks.
Apple pushed out updates to iOS, macOS, watchOS and Safari to fix two zero-day flaws being actively exploited in the wild, including one used against political dissidents in the Middle East.
A new attack on Windows leverages an old web-rendering format to take over PCs, even those running Windows 11. There's no fix from Microsoft yet, but you can still minimize your risk.
Facebook still can't read your WhatsApp messages, despite a major news piece that implies otherwise. Here's what's really going on.
Apple said it was delaying the planned rollout of its program that would scan iPhones for child-sexual-abuse-material.
More scams are happening using the Zelle payment service, including two women who were bilked out of thousands.
At least 1,400 models of devices ranging from smartphones to commercial aircraft are affected by serious Bluetooth security flaws, and patches are not fully available yet.
Now that the federal ban on evictions has ended, millions of Americans face losing their homes. Here's what you need to know.