Apple gave Black Friday and Cyber Monday shoppers gift cards this year, and cybercriminals have already devised ways to use this in their phishing emails.
The Schoolyard Bully Trojan has been stealing credentials from unsuspecting users since 2018, and it’s distributed through malicious Android apps.
Hundreds of mobile loan apps signed up users for predatory loans and then sent harassing messages to their contacts if they couldn’t pay up in time.
A fake Android SMS app on the Play Store is being used by a site that sells account creation services to generate one-time codes for other users.
Hackers are falsely claiming they can remove the filter used in TikTok’s ‘Invisible Challenge’ in order to infect devices with malware.
Roku now makes smart home devices and I love how easy it is to view the company’s security cameras right from my TV.
Google has released an emergency security update to patch a zero-day vulnerability that is currently being exploited in the wild.
If you’ve been thinking about upgrading to a standing desk, these are my three favorite models and they are all on sale for Black Friday.
Roblox players need to look out for this Chrome extension with a backdoor that allows hackers to take over their account and steal their items.
Apple's iCloud Private Relay can help you hide your real IP address online, but cybercriminals have found a way to use it to commit ad fraud on popular sites.
Several file manager apps for Android have actually turned out to be malware droppers used to infect vulnerable devices with the SharkBot malware.
The Tiny Traveler lets you keep an eye on your child or even children while driving but it also doubles as a portable baby monitor.
Cybercriminals have been hard at work creating World Cup 2022 phishing sites designed to trick eager fans into giving up their personal information and their hard-earned money.
The Nest Wifi Pro is a capable Wi-Fi 6E mesh router with Matter and Thread support but its gigabit Ethernet ports hold it back.
A new phishing campaign is using fake emails from Instagram to steal user accounts and sensitive information.
Although they may be hard to remember, you want to use strong, complex and unique passwords with at least 12 characters for each of your online accounts
Adding a macro pad to your desk setup can make it even easier to use your PC as you can program each of its keys to do practically anything you can think of.
A malicious Chrome extension is taking over Chromium-based browsers to steal passwords and infect PCs with malware. Here's how you can protect yourself.
Meta's new tool can be used to remove phone numbers and email addresses it obtained from other users who synced their contacts with Facebook and Instagram.
Starlink home internet customers that use more than 1 TB of data during peak hours in a month will soon have their satellite internet downgraded.
These are the scams to look out for on Black Friday, how to stay safe when shopping online and what to do if you fall for a scam.
A smart display is perfect for under your monitor as you can use it to listen to music, watch videos and control your smart home while keeping your main display clear.
Malware dropper apps that spread the SharkBot and Vultur malware to steal banking info and empty your crypto wallet have been discovered on the Play Store.
A new group of malicious apps has been discovered on the Play Store that can steal your data and display annoying pop-up ads.
Hackers can use legitimate-looking ads in search results to trick users into giving up their passwords or installing malware. Here's how to stay safe from malicious ads.