A deep-clean of your Facebook history – Google's Advanced Protection-Nest integration – Talking to your kids before they join social media
From the humble passcode to biometric authentication, there are quite a few options to lock your Android phone. But which of them are more secure than the others?
The browser maker rolls out updates on back-to-back days, including a patch to avoid unintentionally overloading DNS providers
Dealing with skeletons lurking in your Facebook closet has never been easier
You can now shore up your smart home security by leveraging Google's top security offering
The tech giant rewards the bug bounty hunter who found the severe flaw in its login mechanism with US$100,000
What are some of the key things your children should know about before they make their first foray into social media?
New ESET research into Turla's malicious toolkit – GDPR turns two – Critical flaw in Android devices
And most people don’t change their password even after hearing about a breach, a survey finds
Left unpatched, the vulnerability could expose almost all Android users to the risk of having their personal data intercepted by attackers
A hack-and-extort campaign takes aim at poorly secured databases replete with customer information that can be exploited for further attacks
Turla has updated its ComRAT backdoor and now uses the Gmail web interface for Command and Control
Has the landmark law helped build a culture of privacy in organizations and have consumers become more wary of sharing their personal data?
ESET research into Winnti Group's new backdoor – A dangerous Android app under the microscope – The BIAS Bluetooth bug
ESET researchers detect a new way of misusing Accessibility Service, the Achilles’ heel of Android security
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
New features include DNS over HTTPS, a Safety Check section and simpler cookie management
The notorious APT group continues to play the video game industry with yet another backdoor
In the rush to embrace IoT devices, we shouldn’t trade in our privacy and security for the added convenience
As many as 30 different smartphones, laptops and other devices were tested – and all were found to be vulnerable