Apparently, some people consider their passwords "invincible", even after a data breach. Don't be those people.
Attackers hacked and encrypted the computers of a contractor whose clients include the US military, government agencies and major military contractors.
Google has deleted an app from the Play Store that offered to delete Android software associated with China.
How time flies - the latest four-weekly Firefox update is out.
VMWare’s VMware Cloud Director has a security flaw that researchers believe could be exploited to compromise multiple customer accounts using the same cloud infrastructure.
The US rail service hasn't disclosed the number of passengers affected in a 16 April breach.
We're absolutely delighted - delighted and proud! - to report that we won not one but two awards at last night's European Security Blogger Awards 2020.
If you're getting TLS connection errors that suddenly started this weekend, a tired old encryption library might be the problem.
Some 7,600 dark-web sites were obliterated in an attack on the most popular provider of .onion free hosting services, Daniel's Hosting.
The UK's National Crime Agency has hit on a simple way to stop teens from being sucked into cybercrime – using Google Ads.
A bug bounty hunter found a way to login using "Sign in with Apple"... but without the part where you have to put in a password.
GitHub has uncovered a form of malware that spreads via infected repositories on its system.
Hopefully it's a COVID-19 version of what it did post-2016 elections, when it required verification of those buying political or issue ads.
From iPhone jailbreaks to questions about the dark web, and everything in between. It's weekly roundup time!
Clearview AI, the company that's scraped billions of images to build a facial recognition system, is getting sued again.
COVID-19 testing kits, Hydroxychloroquine and PPE - it's all for sale on the dark web.
Windows 10 release 2004 is out, with a slew of new features, including several updates to its security and privacy.
Maps, weather, searches et al. suck up location data in the background, even if Tracking is turned off. Arizona says it's consumer fraud.
Ransomware's changed a lot over the years - here's a peek into a criminal gang's current toolbox...
The latest Naked Security podcast is out now!