DoH support is already present in all major browsers. Users just have to enable it and configure it.
Kr00k affects devices using Broadcom and Cypress Wi-Fi chips.
A new survey about election security shows that Americans worry just as much about domestic interference as foreign. And that they'd prefer a tech company to oversee elections instead of the government.
Samsung is mass-producing the Galaxy S20's secure element for the rest of the smartphone industry.
Every browser you can think of is a target of the popular malware.
After scamming Microsoft, the software expert treated himself to a Tesla vehicle and a lakefront home.
The strange Find my Mobile ‘1’ glitch experienced by users is thought to be wholly separate from recent customer data exposure.
90% of all stolen credentials on the Genesis Store came from the AZORult malware. Now, the malware doesn't work in Chrome 80.
Whether you're in the office or on the road, a VPN is still one of the best ways to protect yourself on the big, bad internet.
False information about COVID-19 is plaguing the internet. Now NewsGuard wants to stop it.
Hackers are sending emails to banks asking for large payments in Monero, and threatening DDoS attacks if their demands aren't met.
Kaspersky says 67,500 unique users had stalkerware apps installed on their phones in 2019.
Believe it or not, Microsoft is readying its Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection for Linux servers. Yes, you read that right: Linux servers.
In the age of Facebook and Twitter, worries about police use of live facial recognition are outweighed by the opportunity the technology provides to fight crime, says the Met Police chief.
The bug bounty platform doubled in size in just a year. Its new report shows that ethical hacking is becoming a lucrative pastime.
Some 68% of Asia-Pacific consumers made the majority of their purchases in physical retail stores over the past year, but 82% will turn to an app on their phone to research products before buying, reveals a new study.
Firefox's new RLBox sandbox system to ship to Linux users in Firefox 74 and Mac users in Firefox 75.
Researchers warn that there's more and more unauthorised connected devices on corporate networks - and that they could provide easy pickings for cyber criminals.
A Freedom of Information Act request published on the FCA website revealed more than it should.
McAfee’s aim is to improve browser protections by isolating potentially malicious code in virtual environments.