An Android app that promises Samsung firmware updates isn't actually from Samsung and shows lots of ads.
Government-impostor scam calls hit a new high in May, but there are easy ways to avoid being scammed.
Government officials want tech companies to put backdoors in encrypted communications apps — and may turn to Congress to make it happen.
A cryptic notification was issued to OnePlus 7 Pro units around the world this morning that left customers scratching their heads.
Microsoft Excel's Power Query tool, aka Get & Transform, could let hackers inject malicious code right into your spreadsheets.
A zero-day flaw exists in macOS, and it may have already been exploited in the wild to spread malware called OSX/Linker.
Ten different telecom companies worldwide were attacked by (possibly) Chinese hackers who stole huge amounts of call-record data.
Flaws in a diagnostics program on Dell machines, and possibly on PCs from other vendors, let hackers get total system control.
Google Chrome's Suspicious Site Reporter extension makes it easy to flag suspicious websites and add them to the company's blacklist.
Android and iOS apps are both pretty bad at keeping user data safe, and the apps' back-end servers are even worse, researchers find.
Firefox was updated to version 67.0.3 on all platforms, to fix a flaw being exploited in attacks against selected targets.
Four models of TP-Link Wi-Fi range extenders have serious security flaws. Here's how to install the fixes.
Israeli company Cellebrite says its new software can open up even the most up to date iOS and Android devices.
The Google Play marketplace has a big problem with fake apps, and a phony WhatsApp installer is just the latest example.
An unknown number of facial-recognition photos of travelers taken by U.S. Customs and Border Protection were compromised in a data breach.
A two-decade old security flaw is being used to attack Windows machines that haven't been properly patched. Here's how to fix this problem.
7.7 million lab-test participants possibly affected by the same billing-company data breach that hit 12 million Quest Diagnostics clients.
New developer guidelines may let the apps continue to use the very software Apple said was too risky for consumer use.
The new Sign In with Apple service lets you mask your identity using disposable email addresses. Here's how it works.
Find out which company offers the best deal and most features for saving your security camera footage in the cloud.
Nearly 12 million medical bills containing Social Security numbers and credit-card numbers were stolen by data thieves. Here's what to do.
New Macs can be hacked using old security flaws that Apple hasn't properly fixed, a well-known security researcher says.
The developers of 17 different parental control apps have presented their demands to Apple in the form of a website and API proposal.
McAfee's antivirus protection has improved a lot. The software offers many useful features and unlimited licensing, but still has a heavy system load.
Google aims to neuter most ad blockers in Chrome. Here's what will be affected and how you can keep blocking ads.
Google's Confidential Mode, a protected email service, is pretty easy to use, but there are a few quirks you should know about.
Title-insurance provider First American may have exposed 885 million property records online, including names and Social Security numbers.
Australian web-design service appears to have had data pertaining to 139 million users stolen by a malicious hacker.
A security researcher says the vulnerability could give hackers elevated privileges to wreak havoc on a Windows machine.
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