Twitter has asked many Android users to update their apps due to a flaw that might let attackers view direct messages.
The widely sold UltraLoq smart locks could have been opened by anyone within Wi-Fi range because the parent company was leaking information over the internet, a security researcher found.
A hacker is offering free access to more than 900 compromised corporate VPN servers on a popular cybercriminal forum.
VPN provider HMA has received a low-risk rating from a cyber risk firm, making it one of a growing number of VPNs to be audited.
The NSA wants defense and national-security personnel to turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on their phones, among other safeguards to maintain location privacy.
A hidden option in iOS 13.6 lets iPhone users download system updates automatically but install them manually.
Stolen personal data can fetch up to $1,500 in hacker forums, a new study finds, with stolen bank accounts, social media logins, passports and other information all for sale.
As more people buy items online than ever, the FBI is warning about online shopping sites that end up scamming customers.
A new investigation by Which? shows that pre-owned smartphones could put users at risk because the phones may be too old to get critical security updates.
The U.S. interior design company Havenly asks users to change their passwords after 1.3 million user records were posted on the internet.
Trump has changed his mind on banning TikTok, and has given Microsoft 45 days to complete the purchase of the Chinese viral-video app.
A notorious hacker is giving away 386 million personal user records stolen from 18 different companies, including Microsoft, HomeChef, Promo.com, Mathway, Chatbooks, Dave and Wattpad.
WhatsApp confirmed that a leader of the Catalan campaign for independence from Spain had his phone targeted by spyware in 2019.
NordPass has found unsecured databases from 20 countries across the globe, with emails, phone numbers and login information all up for grabs.
Several flaws have been found in OkCupid's website and apps that could have let hackers access personal data such as profiles, messages and sexual orientation.
The infamous North Korean Lazarus hacking group has developed its own ransomware to steal huge sums, according to Kaspersky researchers.
Security researchers say 29 Android apps found in the Google Play store bombarded users with out-of-context adverts and were hard to uninstall.
More than 50 of the world's biggest companies, including Disney, Microsoft and Nintendo, have had software source code published online.
Legitimate Mac cryptocurrency-trading software has been used to create four fake applications out to steal your virtual cash.
A dangerous new Trojan can steal account and credit card info from more than 300 Android apps, researchers warn.
Walmart joins a host of well-known names that have faced lawsuits as a result of California’s strict new privacy laws.
Politically motivated hackers in the Middle East have created a fully functional Android chat app that secretly spies on its users.
As many as 142 million people may have lost personal information in a previously reported data breach at the MGM Resorts casino-and-hotel company.
Wells Fargo has asked employees to stop using TikTok on company-owned phones due to security worries.