Mozilla is integrating its Lockwise password manager directly into the browser and expanding its support for the Have I Been Pwned website.
Morpheus aims to make hacking so difficult at microprocessor level that attackers will give up long before they can do any damage.
You grant FaceApp a perpetual, irrevocable license to use, reproduce, modify and adapt your image. Sounds scary.
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The Glamoriser Smart Bluetooth straightener offers up yet another example of how not to add a risky product to the Internet of Things (IoT).
Google's throwing in the towel on XSS Auditor and putting its trust in Trusted Types instead.
Two years after promising to report all HTTP-based web pages as insecure, Mozilla is about to deliver.
While everyone waits for BlueKeep to be exploited, another RDP threat is already at the door, according to new research from Sophos.
Citing privacy issues, Germany just banned its schools from using Microsoft Office 365, Google Docs, and Apple's iWork cloud services.
Facebook has coughed up £3m to help launch an anti-scam service as well as introducing a tool to report scam ads on its UK site.
It's now possible to secretly transfer data inside music without turning it into unlistenable mush.
Did the GandCrab ransomware gang really 'retire' when they said, or did they never go away?
Researchers have found a way to beat the MAC address randomisation feature used by Bluetooth to protect users from being tracked.
It's 200x greater than the largest fine ever for breaking a promise to improve privacy practices.
The school, located in the Bronx and serving around 8,000 students, has declined to say whether it will pay up.
A group of Asian companies want to create a blockchain-based service to turn your phone into a mobile ID system.
In case you were wondering, scientists really can change the world, and change it for the better, too.
The good news is that Facebook updated Instagrams's servers-side defences automatically, so you don't have to do anything to fix this one.
Researchers have developed a technique for reading data from air-gapped PCs using LEDs. Cue dynamic hacker music now!
In the latest twist in the saga of the web-conferencing app, Apple has issued a ‘silent’ update removing Zoom's hidden web server from Macs.