Apple now lets you download all the personal information its stored about your activity. Here's how to access that new privacy tool.
Facebook now has a page where you can go to see whether your account was affected in the company's recent data breach.
Simple instructions to activate two-factor authentication on Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Twitter and other popular sites and online services.
Are you being flooded by spam calls from numbers with your area code and prefix? Here's how to avoid being tricked by these phony neighbors.
Apple has kept up with regulators and competitors, and now offers users a means to download their personal records stored by the company.
Google Home is useful and easy to use, but it can still get you into trouble. Here are some safety tips.
YouTube is giving parents the option to show only those videos that have been hand-selected, so they're not relying on automatic filters.
Google has tracked every search you've made, every YouTube video you've watched and everywhere you've been. Here's how to fight back.
You can stop Facebook Messenger from logging your calls and texts, but you can't do so without also disabling contact syncing.
Looking to leave Facebook? You'll want to download all your posts and photos before you exit the social network.
After beta-testing the feature for months, Reddit has finally rolled out two-factor authentication (2FA) for all users.
These instructions should help you update your router, which is vital to securing every internet-connected device in your home.
Stop Comcast from using your router as a public hotspot by turning off the home-hotspot feature in your Xfinity modem.
Three popular Bluetooth trackers can expose your password and location when paired with your phone, and there's no easy fix.
Facebook Messenger's 'Secret Conversations' allow end-to-end encryption, but the feature is opt-in. Here's how to turn it on and use it.
Even if you reset your Yahoo password, your phone -- and a hacker's phone -- stays logged in. Here's how to reset access for mobile devices.
Amazon has finally added an option to enable two-factor authentication, which makes accounts much harder to hack. Here's how to set it up.
A newly enabled feature in Vizio TVs may share your viewing habits with advertisers. Here's how to disable it.
It's always a good time to make sure you've secured your Facebook account, so here's how to use the social network's Security Checkup.
You can now disable Verizon's tracking 'supercookie' on your smartphone, but you'll have to be proactive and follow a few simple steps.
Don't share Jennifer Lawrence's embarrassment. Take steps to make sure your nude selfies don't end up on the Internet.
Users of mobile banking apps have to protect themselves from cyberthieves. Here are eight tips to keep you safe while you bank on the fly.
Just because you like Twitter doesn't mean you don't have a right to privacy. Here's how to lock down the essential settings.
Stop sharing absolutely everything with the public. Lock down your Facebook account with these privacy and security settings.
Your Social Security number is what an identity theft wants most. Here's how to protect your SSN, and who doesn't need to know it.
Smartphones are treasure troves of personal data for identity thieves, yet few phone users know how to protect that information.
TextSecure is an easy way for Android users to add extra security to SMS and MMS messages. Here's how to use the app.
Hollywood starlets aren't the only ones who need to worry about naked pictures online. Here's how to make sure it doesn't happen to you.