Phony emails claiming to involve victims in Black Lives Matter are infecting PCs with information-stealing malware.
An India-based hackers-for-hire group has been targeting financial firms, journalists, political groups and climate-change and net-neutrality nonprofits, researchers found.
Google booted 38 dodgy adware-ridden beauty apps from the Play Store, but not before they had been downloaded more than 20 million times.
Nintendo said it found 140,000 more accounts that had been compromised, bringing the total number above 300,000. Switch users urged to enable 2FA and change passwords.
Signal Private Messenger has finally come up with a way to let you move your user data from an old iPhone to a new one.
Brendan Eich, CEO of Brave Software, has apologized for directing users toward affiliate links, but says he's just 'trying to build a viable business'.
IBM said it would stop developing facial-recognition technology due to concerns it results in racial profiling and discrimination.
A serious security flaw in smart-home devices could let hackers bypass security systems, steal data and launch cyberattacks.
Many WhatsApp phone numbers show up in Google search results, but WhatsApp doesn't think it's a big deal.
The UK government's coronavirus test-and-trace app violates data-protection rules, the Open Rights Group claims.
Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the global pandemic by attaching malware to resumes and medical-leave requests.
A new Apple open-source project should make it easier for password managers to navigate site-specific password requirements and quirks.
Kaspersky warns that small businesses are taking a lax approach to digital security as employees work from home.
A study finds most people don't change their passwords after data breaches, and only a third of those who do opt for stronger passwords.
Malwarebytes says cyber criminals are exploiting the coronavirus pandemic, leading to a huge increase in malware attacks.
A top law firm has sued Google for $5 billion in federal court, arguing that Chrome's Incognito mode doesn't prevent users from being tracked by websites.
Despite federal agencies experiencing fewer cyberattacks and other incidents in 2019, the U.S. government had to disclose three major data breaches.
As data breaches become more common, hackers are increasingly conducting credential-stuffing attacks -- and the U.S. is the biggest victim.
It looks like someone's trying to hijack WhatsApp users by getting them to forward their 2FA account-verification codes.
The House of Representatives shelved a vote on renewing Patriot Act provisions that might have let law enforcement officials see the browsing histories of millions of Americans.
Despite being something of a cryptography veteran, SHA-1 hash algorithm faces an uncertain future as OpenSSH and Libssh choose to block it.
Plaintiffs led by the American Civil Liberties Union have sued facial-recognition firm Clearview AI, accusing it of violating privacy and safety laws in Illinois.
A new Android flaw called Strandhogg 2.0 could let attackers spoof any legitimate app to steal passwords or spy on users.
Most home Internet routers have serious security flaws, with some so vulnerable to attack they should be thrown out, an expert warns.