New research by Google and Stanford University reveals which kinds of people are targeted most often by phishing emails.
A new strain of the Qbot malware hijacks email threads and online banking sessions to steal passwords and other credentials, researchers say.
Before Apple celebrated its platforms at WWDC, it clashed with the Hey email app developers at Basecamp. Here's everything you need to know about this app.
Gmail is seeing a huge increase in phishing and spam emails related to coronavirus. Here's what you can do about it.
President Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders are the lead subjects among political-themed malware traps set by cybercriminals.
Yahoo will compensate owners of the 3 billion accounts hit by data breaches between 2012 and 2016. See if you qualify for the class-action settlement.
Google will make its dynamic email feature available to Gmail users that will let them take action directly from a message.
Google's Confidential Mode, a protected email service, is pretty easy to use, but there are a few quirks you should know about.
Google has pulled the plug on its Inbox app. Here are two alternatives you can try, and how they stack up.
Microsoft said attackers read some Outlook.com email from Jan.-March, but a source said it lasted longer and hit other webmail services.
Google' sister company Jigsaw has an online quiz that tests how likely you are to fall for a phishing email.
Google has a new way to protect emails from prying eyes. Here's how to use it, and everything you need to know about its loopholes.
Multiple Gmail users have reported spam messages appearing in their 'Sent' folders — even if they've locked their accounts down with 2FA.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a simple method for keeping your e-mail safe — and more than 90 percent of Gmail users don't use it.
A new vulnerability called Mailsploit can not only spoof email addresses, but run malicious code right from an email client.
The same sort of worm that hit Google Docs yesterday will likely hit other online services, thanks to the login mechanism that was abused.
A widespread phishing scam involving Google Docs made its way across the internet yesterday. Here's what to do if you fell for the scam.
If you've got two-factor authentication enabled, you'll be safe from new attacks tricking Gmail users into turning over their passwords.
Google is pitting itself against PayPal, Facebook and even some banks by letting users send and receive payments straight from Gmail.
Yahoo topped its own record for biggest data breach, disclosing that 1 billion accounts had been compromised in 2014.
We've all stared at a phone screen after having clicked Send before we should have. Finally, Gmail on iOS is offering a solution.
Reuters reports that Yahoo created a tool in 2015 that scanned all user email for specific information sought by a U.S. government agency.
Donald Trump just called for an unfriendly foreign power to launch a cyberattack on a U.S. citizen, and that's a dangerous stance.
Bypassing two-factor authentication can be as simple as just asking a user to forward a received SMS code.
If you link all your email accounts under your Gmail app, you can get all the advantages of Google's email without changing your address.