A researcher has found that websites can use some extensions to bypass security policies, execute code, and even install other extensions.
Location data extracted from the athletic hitman's Garmin GPS watch and TomTom sat nav led to his conviction in two gangland murders.
WhatsApp has capped the number of people you can forward messages to, after India was seized by rumour-inspired mob lynchings.
The Democratic National Committee has filed a civil complaint accusing Russia of trying to hack its computers as recently as November 2018.
The latest privacy glitch, which went unnoticed for over four years, may trigger yet another EU privacy probe.
A Chilean Senator has taken to Twitter with alarming news – the company running the country’s ATM network suffered a serious cyberattack.
Oklahoma’s Department of Securities (ODS) exposed 3TB of files in plain text containing sensitive data on the public internet this month.
The Apple CEO wants the FTC to set up a data-broker clearinghouse so people can see the data that companies have collected on them.
From WhatsApps that aren't meant for you to the highly promising USB-C authentication, and everything in between. It's weekly roundup time.
Here's a fascinating history of cryptography that has plenty to teach you - and you don't need a degree in mathematics to follow along!
Have I Been Pwned? (HIBP) has revealed a huge cache of breached email addresses and passwords, which it has named Collection #1.
Android apps that want access to your call and SMS data now have to pass muster with Google's team of reviewers.
...or that they can edit the (often inaccurate) pigeon-holes Facebook likes to put us in, a study found.
Here's the latest Naked Security podcast - enjoy!
The platform can't keep us from driving while blindfolded, but at least it can remove videos that glorify our more brainless moments.
She sent her bank account details three times, she said. Unfortunately, they wound up in crooks' hands, and her money wound up in their pockets.
In a case that could be straight out of a legal TV drama, a computing font has cost a couple two houses in a Canadian bankruptcy case.
A researcher has discovered an exposed database containing gigabytes of call logs, SMS data, and internal system credentials belonging to US Voice-over-IP (VoIP) service provider VOIPo.com.
They're charged with phishing and inflicting malware to get into the EDGAR filing system, stealing thousands of filings, and selling access.