Formerly preferred diplomatic app WhatsApp apparently isn't up to snuff.
This line of thinking could get absurd, Indiana's supreme court declared. How do you "steal" something if you don't know who owns it?
When a bug's a zero-day that means it's being actively exploited. So don't delay, just patch today!
Is Android finally about to get on top of the issue of apps that quietly suck up location data?
Private chat invites aren't meant to be unfindable, Facebook says, though a snippet of code eventually shielded them from Google indexing.
Fascinating research from SophosLabs into a wolf-in-sheep's-clothing malware sample.
That smart home speaker isn't listening to everything you say, according to new research - but it is listening a lot more than it should.
Nonsense! says Google in response to a lawsuit filed by New Mexico's AG, which accuses Google of violating COPPA's child privacy laws.
The company left a server open and unprotected, regurgitating private data slurped from thousands of surveilled people, including children.
These apps plunk ads in front of us when we're trying to do something else, often leading to inadvertent ad clicks and much cursing.
From 1 September 2020, Safari will no longer trust SSL/TLS certificates with more than a year on the clock.
From malware attacks to malicious browser extensions - and everything in between. It's your weekly security roundup.
When we followed the phishing trail, we found ourselves at a web page we weren't expecting...
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Larry Tesler, the computing pioneer who insisted that user interfaces should be both comfortable *and* consistent, has died aged 74.
The US and UK governments have both accused Russia of launching a cyber attack against the Georgian government last year.
The data dump apparently included PII for Justin Bieber and Jack Dorsey.
After fixing a pile of critical security flaws as part of last week’s Patch Tuesday, Adobe has raised two more needing urgent attention.
The bill now goes to the House, which has a stiffer competing bill pending that would call for a 3.5 year moratorium.
A global facilities company with half-a-million staff has shuttered most of its IT systems after a malware attack.