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A new twist on malware infection involves a fake streaming site that wants to charge you $40 a month.
The latest version of Chrome brings fixes for 32 security flaws as well as gravity detection on laptops and copy-and-pasting of files into Gmail.
The gaming chat service Discord is an essential part of a young hacker's skill set, even as the platform tries to crack down on cybercrime, a security researcher said.
Google quietly revealed that four flaws fixes in its May security update may be actively under hacker attack, making installing the update all the more urgent.
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German researchers have added homemade AirTags to Apple's Find My network, and you can even steal data using one of their devices.
The ransomware attack on fuel distributor Colonial Pipeline may be one of the most consequential cyberattacks in history. Here's what we know so far.
Up to 12 new security flaws affect nearly every device that connects to Wi-Fi, and there aren't many fixes available yet.
A German researcher was the first to hack an AirTag, which he did by pulling it apart and soldering various wires to the circuit board.
Recycled phone numbers expose their previous owners to account takeover, hacking, stalking and even blackmail, researchers find.
Google said the Play Store would require each app to declare what kind of personal data it collects and how it uses it — just as Apple's App Store now does.
A flaw in Qualcomm modems used by hundreds of millions of Android phones could be used to steal data or hide malware, and it's not clear how many phones have been patched.
Five flaws in a 12-year-old Dell system driver threaten hundreds of millions of Windows laptops, desktops and servers.
Facebook has rejected Instagram ads created by Signal that would have made very clear how much data Facebook collects about you.
Chinese TV maker Skyworth admitted some of its Android sets collected far too much personal data from users, but blamed a third-party service and denied prior knowledge.
Several serious Safari flaws have prompted Apple to patch Macs, Apple Watches, iPads and iPhones going back all the way to the iPhone 5s.
Well-known password manager LastPass is having a big sale for World Password Day, with savings of 25% on new subscriptions.
Apple has built privacy protections into its AirTag trackers, but they seem to apply only to people using fully updated iPhones.
Google pushed out yet more security updates for Chrome and the Chromium open-source project, the fourth round of fixes in two weeks.
Britain's National Cyber Security Centre is warning of a fake package-delivery scam that's geared to steal your passwords.
Apple's AirDrop wireless file-sharing protocol leaks users' phone numbers and email addresses because it uses them for device identification, German researchers say.
The REvil ransomware group wants Apple to 'buy back' blueprints stolen from a Taiwanese company that manufactures third-party hardware.