The league and scores of teams were caught off-guard by the re-emergence of an infamous hacking group
Have you had a Google Privacy Checkup lately? If not, when better than Data Privacy Day to audit the privacy of your Google account?
Cybercriminals are putting a new twist on an old trick
Zero-day in Internet Explorer – Microsoft cloud leaked big – Dating apps accused of sharing user data with advertisers
Safari’s anti-tracking feature could apparently give access to users’ browsing habits
Databases containing 14 years’ worth of customer support logs were publicly accessible with no password protection
Some of the most popular dating services may be violating GDPR or other privacy laws
Are you looking to hide in plain sight? Here’s a rundown of three options for becoming invisible online
You may want to implement a workaround or stop using the browser altogether, at least until Microsoft issues a a fix
Microsoft plugs a serious hole in Windows – Your options after Windows 7 end of life – iPhones as security keys for Google accounts
A subscription to the trove of personal details could be had for as little as $2
And it doesn’t require much more than downloading a dedicated app
An ESET-commissioned survey sheds light on the browsing habits of Australians and how they protect themselves online
The company will also soon launch anti-fingerprinting measures aimed at detecting and mitigating covert tracking and workarounds
The US intelligence agency expects attackers to waste no time in developing tools aimed at exploiting the vulnerability
Multiple cable modem models from various manufacturers found vulnerable to takeover attacks
Today, Microsoft is officially pulling the plug on its support for Windows 7. What’s your plan?
When it comes to protection against this insidious type of scam, the telcos’ authentication procedures leave a lot be desired, a study finds
Some takeaways from CES 2020 – Firefox update plugs a zero-day – Facebook cracks down on deepfakes
As software becomes more important than ever, how can engaging the security industry make the road ahead less winding?