All of your passwords will now automatically get checked against data breaches and phishing protection will be available for all your login credentials.
Belkin's smart plug lets you use your smartphone to turn your devices on and off from anywhere, but Bitdefender found some holes in its security. Don't worry, Belkin has fixed the problem.
Next year, Norton and LifeLock could become McAfee-owned brands.
Amazon says in a complaint that President Trump manipulated the tendering process to block his 'perceived political enemy'â€”Amazon CEO Jeff Bezosâ€”from getting the JEDI contract.
Moscow resident Maksim Yakubets has been engaged in a 'decade-long cybercrime spree' to spread two infamous malware strains, Dridex and Zeus, according to law enforcement. He's also allegedly doing work for the Russian government.
Four Avast and AVG extensions were harvesting user data and browsing histories.
The security firm Promon has uncovered hackers using malicious Android apps to overlay fake permission pop-up windows on top of legitimate ones. 'An attacker can ask for access to any permission, including SMS, photos, microphone, and GPS,' the company...
Despite warnings from the US government, 36-year-old Virgil Griffith traveled to North Korea in April to give a talk on blockchain technology. Now federal agents claim Griffith may have taught North Korea how to evade US sanctions.
The ring concept from Kaspersky Lab is designed to address a key vulnerability with biometric authenticationâ€”your face and fingerprints can't be reset like a password if copies of them are stolen. So why not use a dummy fingerprint instead?
27-year-old Christian Erazo has been arrested for his role in stealing 50GB of content from music industry. He and his cohorts pulled off the crime by hacking into a music producer's social networking account, and breaking into cloud storage...
From July to September, the company sent out more than 12,000 warnings to users across the globe that government-backed attackers were trying to break into their Google accounts through phishing scams, the company revealed on Tuesday.
Based on a tip from security researchers, Facebook and Twitter say they identified several mobile apps that have been secretly collecting user information such as email addresses and names from their social media profiles.
Two security researchers have uncovered a 4TB database that held the records on a whopping 1.2 billion people. The find is underscoring how freely people's data can circulate on the internet. But is it wrong to amass it all...
No payment card or password information was stolen. But the hacker did get access to names, phone numbers, email addresses and shipping addresses on customer orders.
Comcast's 'Downtime Scheduling' mode for Xfinity broadband customers will let parents better schedule when their children can access the Wi-Fi during a week. Kids will hate it.
Hackers gained access to customer personal information and payment details for a week.
Federal investigators have arrested 20-year-old Thomas Osadzinski of Chicago, Illinois for allegedly creating a computer program that could copy official ISIS propaganda and spread it over social media.
A number of Disney+ users have noticed strangers hopping on to their accounts, but Disney says its streaming service was not breached. One likely culprit? People re-using passwords that were exposed in previous hacks. Two affected customers explain.
The goal was to hijack email accounts belonging to executives at cryptocurrency companies in an effort to gain access to their digital wallets.