New reports say that Robert Mueller will be "wrapping up" his investigation soon. Here's what that might actually mean.
Android users can now stop Facebook from tracking their location when they aren't using the Facebook app.
A strain of ATM malware called WinPot turns the act of cashing out into something like a slot machine.
A new ranking of nation-state hacker speed puts Russia on top by a span of hours.
With $60 and a few fake Facebook accounts, researchers were able to identify service members in a military exercise, track their movement, and even persuade them to disobey orders.
It used to make sense to believe something until it was debunked; now, it makes sense to assume certain claims are fake—unless they are verified.
What happens to all those emails and passwords that get leaked? They're frequently used to try to break into users' other accounts across the internet.
3-D printed rifles, Iran missile hacking, and more of the week's top security news.
Trouble at OKCupid, Coffee Meets Bagel, and Jack'd have made February a bad stretch for romantics online.
As he declared a national emergency Friday, President Trump repeatedly dismissed statistics and reports produced by his own government.
President Trump has yet to sign the bill. If he doesn't, another government shutdown looms.
Mozilla expands its “Privacy Not Included” gift guide to the bedroom: It’s all sexy fun and games until someone hacks a WiFi-enabled butt plug.
In an astonishing indictment, the DoJ details how Monica Witt allegedly turned on her former counterintelligence colleagues.
And roughly 80 percent of Americans say tech companies should do more to prevent it, according to a new survey from the Anti-Defamation League.
State media has reported that Russia will attempt to disconnect from the global internet this spring. That's going to be tricky.
A hacker can accelerate Xiaomi M365 scooter—or hit the breaks—while a rider is on it.
Many of the body cameras worn by police are woefully vulnerable to hacking and manipulation. Amber Authenticate wants to fix that—with the blockchain.
Opinion: With its American AI Initiative, the White House is devoting funding, research, and data infrastructure to boosting our prowess in artificial intelligence.
The shutdown may have ended two weeks ago, but federal cybersecurity professionals will be coping with its impact for a long time to come.
Location data scandals, a Zcash bug, and more of the week's top security news.