Nine different dating apps leaked 20 million 'incredibly sensitive' files online, leaving users open to potential blackmail.
The UK's National Cyber Security Centre is advising football fans to change their passwords and update streaming apps, now that the English Premier League is starting play again.
Researchers are warning network operators to defend against a dangerous keylogger that is expected to be around for some time.
Kaspersky is warning gamers of potential security threats because online crooks are using password-stealing Trojans to compromise online gaming accounts.
Cheap security cameras marketed under 47 different brand names can easily be hacked over the internet, with up to 3.5 million units at risk around the world.
Trend Micro researchers found a new strain of Android malware designed to spy on Chinese dissidents and Uyghur activists.
Twitter took down 32,000 accounts for spreading fake or misleading information favorable to the governments of China, Russia and Turkey.
The FBI warns about an expected rise in banking Trojans as use of mobile banking apps surges during the coronavirus lockdowns.
In the UK? Then beware of Small Business Grants Fund emails as researchers warn attacks could lead to financial loss for unsuspecting organizations.
Security researchers have discovered that cyber criminals are continuing to leverage global pandemic for their own gains.
Phony emails claiming to involve victims in Black Lives Matter are infecting PCs with information-stealing malware.
An India-based hackers-for-hire group has been targeting financial firms, journalists, political groups and climate-change and net-neutrality nonprofits, researchers found.
Google booted 38 dodgy adware-ridden beauty apps from the Play Store, but not before they had been downloaded more than 20 million times.
Nintendo said it found 140,000 more accounts that had been compromised, bringing the total number above 300,000. Switch users urged to enable 2FA and change passwords.
Brendan Eich, CEO of Brave Software, has apologized for directing users toward affiliate links, but says he's just 'trying to build a viable business'.
IBM said it would stop developing facial-recognition technology due to concerns it results in racial profiling and discrimination.
A serious security flaw in smart-home devices could let hackers bypass security systems, steal data and launch cyberattacks.
The UK government's coronavirus test-and-trace app violates data-protection rules, the Open Rights Group claims.
Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the global pandemic by attaching malware to resumes and medical-leave requests.
A new Apple open-source project should make it easier for password managers to navigate site-specific password requirements and quirks.
Kaspersky warns that small businesses are taking a lax approach to digital security as employees work from home.