This scam is both intimidating and disturbing - the crooks are presenting themselves as corrupt CIA officials who will take a bribe.
A security researcher has found a way to tinker with Windows’ core settings while persuading users to accept the changes.
Another 26m records stolen from another six online companies brings this hacker's total number of records to 863m from 38 websites.
The leaks point to a plot, a Calif. court said, ordering pikini app maker Six4Three to hand over its lawyers' chats with the ICO.
Players noticed that Epic Games was gathering and storing data from Steam accounts without their permission.
Everything uploaded prior to 2015 is gone for good, the cobwebby social network finally admitted.
Kiddle and Kidrex are meant to deliver age-appropriate search results, filtering out internet nastiness. But how do they really stack up?
FamilyTreeDNA has disclosed that it's opened up DNA profiles to the FBI to help find suspects of violent crime.
The US Government is working on an electronic voting system that it hopes will prevent people from tinkering with voting machines at the polls.
Intel released patches last week, fixing a range of vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to execute code on affected devices.
Users of G Suite may find that the option to authenticate themselves via SMS or voice call has suddenly disappeared.
Researchers have offered more detail on a recently patched vulnerability that would allow an attacker to take over a WordPress site.
From a Citrix breach to John Oliver's FCC anti-robocall campaign, and everything in between - it's weekly roundup time.
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Nudies, taxes, and memos - oh, my! Research shows that even if we think we've deleted content on the sticks, we're leaving all that and more.
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A worldwide, nearly day-long outage at Facebook led to Telegram having a busy, busy day.
Good news for the privacy-conscious. Chrome 73, released Tuesday, now includes the DuckDuckGo search engine as an option.
Google has confirmed that improved control over location tracking is one of several new privacy features in the next version of its mobile OS, Android Q.
Pi Day isn't just about circles or special numbers - there are some cybersecurity lessons in there, too, and here they are...