The ridesharing service's latest scandal combines routine security negligence with an "appalling" coverup.
Months after tormenting HBO with the release of unaired episodes and *Game of Thrones* spoilers, the alleged hacker has been indicted.
Teaching deep learning algorithms to find surface-to-air missile sites and much more in satellite images.
Security experts have warned of Intel's Management Engine for years. A new set of confirmed vulnerabilities that impact PCs, servers, and IoT devices shows they may have been right.
US consumers suffer 80 million robocalls a day. But a new crackdown—along with some clever apps—could help put a lid on your biggest mobile nuisance.
Face ID, WikiLeaks, and more of this week's top security news.
Over the course of four recent congressional hearings, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has somehow forgotten dozens of people, places, and events. Here's all of them in one place.
After hackers exposed a way to freeze the delivery service's security cameras, Amazon will push out a fix later this week.
A new charter for the Vulnerabilities Equities Process sheds some light, but doesn't fix the underlying problems.
Every OnePlus model except for the original shipped with "Engineer Mode," essentially a backdoor for anyone who get their hands on your device.
Friends, friends of friends, advertisers; keeping track of Facebook's privacy settings can get confusing. Here's how to get yours just right.
After years of pushing for a more effective emergency alert system, the carriers have finally come around to making improvements.
Yes, twins can unlock each other's iPhones. But kids accessing their parents' devices raises different concerns.
A rare court case exposes the all-too-common horror of online harassment that followed when one woman broke off a relationship.
Especially if you question its commitment to radical transparency.
"I would say if this is all confirmed, it does mean Face ID is less secure than Touch ID."
Opinion: The IRS isn’t an impenetrable fortress. Someone has Trump's taxes; the question is, who?
Ethereum, Wikileaks, a years-old hack of the Trump business empire, and more of the week's top security news.
The internet is awash in theories about Facebook using your smartphone's microphone to eavesdrop on your conversations. It's not. Here's why.
The Department of Defense's bug bounty program was a smashing success. And other government agencies have taken notice.