The same sort of worm that hit Google Docs yesterday will likely hit other online services, thanks to the login mechanism that was abused.
A widespread phishing scam involving Google Docs made its way across the internet yesterday. Here's what to do if you fell for the scam.
If you've got two-factor authentication enabled, you'll be safe from new attacks tricking Gmail users into turning over their passwords.
Google is pitting itself against PayPal, Facebook and even some banks by letting users send and receive payments straight from Gmail.
Yahoo topped its own record for biggest data breach, disclosing that 1 billion accounts had been compromised in 2014.
We've all stared at a phone screen after having clicked Send before we should have. Finally, Gmail on iOS is offering a solution.
Reuters reports that Yahoo created a tool in 2015 that scanned all user email for specific information sought by a U.S. government agency.
Donald Trump just called for an unfriendly foreign power to launch a cyberattack on a U.S. citizen, and that's a dangerous stance.
Bypassing two-factor authentication can be as simple as just asking a user to forward a received SMS code.
If you link all your email accounts under your Gmail app, you can get all the advantages of Google's email without changing your address.
Yahoo aims to eliminate the password by sending push notifications through its Yahoo Mail mobile app.
Email sent to and from iCloud servers just got more secure, as Apple has started in-transit message encryption.
Remember that old AOL email account you (hopefully) don't use anymore? It may have been hacked and used to send spam to your contacts.
All of Yahoo is potentially at risk thanks to the Internet-wide Heartbleed security bug. Here's how to re-secure your account.
Ever received an email that took you to a website that asked for a lot of personal information? You may have encountered a phishing scam.
Yahoo will encrypt its Webmail service in January, but why wait? Here's how to make your Yahoo Mail safer today.
Despite your best efforts, your email account has been hacked. Now what do you do? Here are 7 steps to keep you and your contacts safe.
The secure-communications provider shut down its email service, saying it couldn't guarantee security in the wake of the NSA revelations.
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