Crooks revived an old visual trick to disguise files that would otherwise look dangerous right away.
Google's about to make your inbox a much more interesting place
Optimistic news coverage has described this as the arrival of adblocking in Chrome, it isn't.
The social network is messaging users on their 2FA phone numbers and then posting their "PLEASE STOP!!" replies
Hey baby, nice little "abc123" ya got there.
As cryptocurrency values have soared, so too has the cost of the hardware needed to mine them - if you can even buy the GPUs, given the shortages.
The Salon news site are offering users a novel choice: turn off your adblocker or let it use your browser to mine cryptocurrency
Fraser Howard of SophosLabs teaches us about cryptojacking - where crooks mine for cryptocurrency, but someone else pays for the electricity.
As far as Bitcoin miners are concerned, Iceland is starting to look like the best place in the world to run a business.
And it won't rule out forcing big companies like Google and Facebook to use it.
It was one flaky pastry: "great profits continuously every month," zero details on its "Loop Algorithm," and nary a single detail on its team.
If you believe some of the more speculative stories on the internet right now, this question won't be hypothetical for long.
A sequence of 12 NSA tweets are claimed to be a coded back-channel used to communicate with a Russian negotiating to sell cyberweapons.
Forcing real name use is illegal, as are default settings such as making profiles available to search engines so anybody can bump into them.
Who CAN you trust if you can't trust @DoonaldTrump65, promising Ethereum to all comers like he's a cryptocurrency version of Oprah Winfrey?
One observer said it "would be naive" to expect that a combined Google/Nest wouldn't bring all the platforms and all the data together.
Starting in July, Google Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as ‘not secure’.
Nope, there's no upside-down thumb coming our way. Rather, It's a Reddit-esque downvote option, and it's a limited test.
Cryptomining on government websites, Wordpress DoS attacks, and a huge Facebook hoax - catch up with everything you missed in the last seven days.
Reports surfaced over the the weekend of many government websites that were "infected with malware". Here's what we know, and what to do.