Our top antivirus brands are having big sales for Cyber Monday.
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.
It's not worth keeping or buying 13 D-Link routers because the company won't fix a serious software flaw.
A new malware campaign is under way, with an alleged Microsoft email trying to make users download a malicious Windows 10 'update'.
Millions of Android phones are at risk of being turned into spying devices by rogue apps, researchers reveal.
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.
Hackers are already stealing and selling Disney+ accounts, but there are simple steps you can take to avoid becoming a victim.
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.
Nvidia pushed out patches to its GPU drivers and GeForce Experience software to fix a dozen security flaws.
Two former Twitter staffers have been charged with spying on Twitter users on behalf of Saudi Arabia.
Google announced an alliance with three mobile-security firms to fight Android malware, a tacit admission that the tech giant needs help in that department.
August has resumed sales of its wireless doorbell camera after it fixed a number of problems with the device.
Merging two ancient file formats can sneak malicious macros past Microsoft Office for Mac's toughest security.
Amazon Echo, Google Home and other smart speakers can 'hear' commands made by laser beams aimed at the devices' microphones.
Tencent X-Lab team can crack any phone open no matter if they use capacitative, optical or ultra-sonic fingerprint sensors.
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.
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