Here’s how encryption can help keep your data safe from prying eyes – even if your device is stolen or your cloud account is hacked
…and why are they selling it to other security vendors and product testers?
While in France, a citizen of Brazil who resides in California books a bungee jump in New Zealand. Is it a leap of faith into the unknown, for both the operator and the thrill-seeker?
The warning highlights one of the potential risks associated with revealing too much private information online
By contrast, two other web browsers share identifiers that are tied to the device hardware and so persist even across fresh installs
People in other parts of the world also have the option to flip on DNS encryption
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Other leaked records include videos, facial and body scans, as well as a range of patients' personal data
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The browser's anti-tracking feature could apparently give access to users’ browsing habits
Some of the most popular dating services may be violating GDPR or other privacy laws
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The company will also soon launch anti-fingerprinting measures aimed at detecting and mitigating covert tracking and workarounds
A Xiaomi security camera owner reports receiving random images from strangers’ homes
A variety of sensitive information has been there for the taking due to an unsecured cloud storage container
What issues would face scanning attached to a mobile device resolve and, if used correctly, would it make the incursion into my privacy acceptable?
A recent update to Facebook’s iOS app introduced a bug that had some users worried
Do you know what kind of data your streaming device may be collecting while you binge watch?
Why you should ensure that all those apps on your smartphone only run with the permissions they reasonably need to do their job