One forensics detective revealed in an interview that the most popular phone cracking tool used by the police deals with iPhones easily, but struggles with Android phones.
The top web browser makers can't quite agree on how to protect user privacy, but they insist we need to tolerate online ads.
A new report says the Android app for Ring video doorbells and security cameras sends user data to third parties, but Ring denies it's doing anything suspicious.
Government arguments against encryption haven't changed since the 'Crypto Wars' of the 1990s. But the government may win this time around.
Avast and AVG's free antivirus software collects your browsing history and sells it, but there are ways to opt out.
ProtonVPN has made most of its client software open-source, letting code reviewers get a look under the hood in the interests of transparency.
Google researchers have found that the anti-tracking mechanisms Apple builds into its Safari browser can be used to track users.
Your last chance to file a claim in the Equifax data-breach settlement is Jan. 22. Here's what to do if you haven't filed yet.
Roughly 70,000 photos of women scraped from Tinder profiles are circulating in a cybercrime forum. While it's certainly creepy, it's not really a breach and may not even be illegal.
Kaspersky researchers found a phishing site that promises to pay you for data breaches — but that site wants your personal data first.
There are plenty of tools that allow the FBI to access Apple's phones — even the latest 'super-secure' iPhone 11. So what's really going on?
A new update for Google's Smart Lock security app now allows iPhones to verify your identity via Bluetooth when you log into a Google service on another device.
Apple needs to help the FBI unlock two iPhones used by the suspect in the Naval Air Station Pensacola shootings, Attorney General Barr said.
Microsoft's Project Artemis will use artificial intelligence to scan online chats to detect signs of grooming by sexual predators.
Ring defended and detailed its security policies in a letter to U.S. senators, but revealed it had fired some workers for viewing customer videos.
The FBI has asked for Apple's help in unlocking two iPhones reportedly used by the suspected killer of three people at Naval Air Station Pensacola last month.
Apple and Facebook faced off on privacy panel at CES, as Apple made an official appearance at the tech trade show for the first time in 28 years.
Landry's, which owns dozens of restaurant chains across North America, said its payment systems were infected by card-stealing malware.
Apple and Google have pulled chat platform ToTok from their app stores following reports that the service is a government spy tool used by the United Arab Emirates.
A flaw in the Dropbox update process lets a local user or software seize control of the entire PC, and there's no official patch yet.
Twitter said older versions of its Android app had a serious security flaw that could let miscreants read private messages or even post tweets from your account.