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Everyone is concerned about online safety. Whatever you use, keep it secure with two-factor authentication (2FA).
The cryptocurrency exchange has been accidentally overcharging customers. In some cases, the affected bank accounts have been drained dry.
Text messages that contain the Indian Telugu word for "sign" can disable third-party messaging apps on iOS. Apple is working on a fix.
Criminals can easily capture your credit and debit card information with small devices called skimmers and their even more insidious cousins, shimmers. Don't fall victim to these sneaky attacks!
NotPetya was designed to disrupt Ukrainian government institutions and industries, the UK claims. The Kremlin calls the accusations groundless.
The cybercriminals used Google Ads to promote fake Blockchain.info pages that were designed to steal victims' login credentials.
He removed admin account access, deleted files, changes passwords, and caused chaos for his former employer Canadian Pacific Railway.
The media company Salon is testing an alternative to online ads that'll serve a cryptocurrency miner that can help the publisher generate revenue.
Russian cybercriminals exploited a character encoding trick in the desktop version of the messaging app to pull off the scheme, Kaspersky Lab says.
The incident affected Texthelp's Browsealoud software and managed to generate $24 in a virtual currency called Monero.
The malware is similar to the BadRabbit and NotPetya ransomware outbreaks from last year, according to Cisco Talos.
The new alerts will start appearing in the Chrome 68 release slated to arrive this July.
The US has indicted 36 suspects who were behind the Infraud black market forum, a provider of stolen credit card information and malware.
Hackers tricked T-Mobile customer service into transferring a man's account to AT&T, and then drained his cryptocurrency account of about $50,000.
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The new head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney, has reportedly scaled back on the agency's investigation into the breach.
Lloyds Banking Group joins Bank of America, Citigroup, and JPMorgan Chase in stopping credit card transactions for cryptocurrencies.
The zero-day vulnerability affects all versions of the Adobe Flash Player. A patch is coming next week.
Security experts see a dip in ransomware amidst a rise of cryptocurrency mining attacks.
The case concerns the 2015 killings of two US government contractors, who were gunned down in an ISIS-linked attack in Jordan.