The new Paranoid device mutes or jams your smart speaker's microphones until you decide to let them listen.
Nearly a dozen security and privacy problems have been found in Zoom recently. Here's what to know if you're using it.
Zoom meeting chats treat network share links as URLs, making it possible for hackers to steal Windows login passwords and maybe even run malware on victims' machines.
Marriott International said records of 5.2 million guests were affected by a data breach that lasted from mid-January to late February.
Zoom's rising popularity makes the video-conferencing software a ripe target for cybercriminals, who seem to be gearing up to take advantage of Zoom users.
Possibly misguided security concerns about hacked accounts have users wondering how to delete a Houseparty account.
The latest iPhones don't send all internet traffic through a VPN even when the VPN is switched on, new research alleges.
Coronavirus-related online scams and malware have ratcheted up in the past few weeks. Here's what to watch out for.
Fake Google Chrome browser updates are being spread by hacked WordPress sites and infecting Windows machines.
Five top password managers can be hacked to give up user passwords or even master passwords, researchers say.
Windows Defender, the antivirus component of Windows 10, is skipping files during security scans for no apparent reason.
This new coronavirus scams promises Starbucks gift cards if you can get enough friends to open a link. Don't fall for it.
Phony Folding@home software making the rounds says it'll help you fight coronavirus, but it steals your passwords instead.
A bizarre new scam offers to sell you a 'coronavirus safety mask,' but you have to sideload a dodgy Android app first.
Coronavirus containment is a problem. The government thinks our phone's location data could be the answer.
Home VPN traffic is spiking in countries where citizens are on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, Atlas VPN reports.
Microsoft disclosed a Windows flaw, but didn't patch it, leaving users scrambling to take whatever measures they could.
Online crooks have cloned the Johns Hopkins map that tracks coronavirus and are using it to spread malware.
Kaspersky researchers find 'Cookiethief' Android Trojan that steals session cookies to hijack Facebook accounts.
900 million posts to Whisper, an online-confession app, were found unprotected in a database, which could lead to some posts being traced back to their posters.
It's true that hundreds of millions of Android phones can be easily hacked, but it's also easy to make sure you're not a victim.
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