If you own smart home devices, you'll need to do some simple but essential things to protect your privacy.
Blink's new XT2 security cameras has several serious flaws that can be easily fixed with a firmware update.
Ring Video Doorbell users who post to Ring's Neighbors app may inadvertently be revealing their locations.
More than 350,000 fake websites have been set up to scam holiday shoppers, according to two new reports.
OnePlus notified many customers that some of their personal information had been compromised in a data breach.
An unprotected database containing records on 1.2 billion people was found online, but all the data was already publicly available.
Mozilla's annual gadget-privacy report says you can't trust Ring video doorbells to keep your data safe and private.
Macy's said a 'small number' of shoppers were hit by credit-card-stealing malware that affected the retailer's website for a week in October.
The new Sign In with Apple service lets you mask your identity using disposable email addresses. Here's how it works.
A federal court ruled that border guards need to demonstrate reasonable suspicion to search or seize travelers' electronic devices.
Two former Twitter staffers have been charged with spying on Twitter users on behalf of Saudi Arabia.
Bed Bath and Beyond reported that some of its online user accounts had been compromised, but didn't give further details.
Malware called xHelper is infecting thousands of Android phones, and on some of them, it can't be removed.
The FordPass smartphone app still lets a rental-car customer control a vehicle five months after it was returned.
The Spidey Bot Windows malware injects itself into Discord's code and steals your username, email address, IP address, phone number and Discord user token.
Malicious eavesdropping and phishing voice assistant skills passed Amazon’s and Google’s vetting processes, according to Germany’s Security Research Labs.
NordVPN, TorGuard says their VPN servers were breached, but say it's not that bad. Yet there seems to be a related lawsuit.
After it was revealed that the Pixel 4 could be unlocked too easily with face unlock, Google have announced an upcoming update to fix the issue.
The Pixel 4's facial recognition will unlock the phone, approve payments and more even if the user's eyes are closed.
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