A new iPhone jailbreak works on the current version of iOS.
Password Checkup, a new Chrome plug-in, found 1.5 percent of accounts overall have compromised log-in credentials.
Kaspersky antivirus software put what appeared to be tracking IDs on all web pages rendered in browsers.
Hy-Vee said many of its gas stations, restaurants and drive-thru coffeeshops have fallen to a payment-card data breach.
Many smart-home devices can't be properly factory reset, leaving behind user data, a researcher says.
Thieves stole customer data from the parent company of Comfort Inn, Clarion, EconoLodge, Quality Inn.
A Boston-area teenager found serious flaws with his high school's student-tracking software, but got suspended when he tried to report them.
What do Amazon's Alexa, Apple's Siri and Google's Voice have in common? Each smart speaker is prone to a cyber attack thanks to vulnerabilities in connectivity options.
Sen. Ron Wyden accused U.S. cellular carriers of willingly helping the government spy on its own citizens.
Bitdefender found a new Intel chipset flaw that lets attackers bypass all fixes for Meltdown, Spectre, other speculative-execution flaws.
In its latest user test, Netflix is tracking physical activity through some subscribers' Android smartphones.
The U.S. attorney general and FBI director want tech companies to provide encryption backdoors. But security experts don't think that's realistic.
By October, Google wants third-party Chrome extension developers to be crystal clear about what kind of information they want from users.
The Federal Trade Commission is making Facebook pay a $5 billion fine for privacy violations, but Facebook has some changes to make too.
WhatsApp and other consumer-grade encryption threaten public safety because cops can't crack them, U.S. top cop says, adding that It's time for Big Tech to provide a solution.
Facebook found a technical error in the Messenger Kids app that lets strangers join group chats. Here's what parents need to know about the security flaw.
Government officials want tech companies to put backdoors in encrypted communications apps — and may turn to Congress to make it happen.
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