U.S. government is once again pushing Apple to unlock an iPhone
The phones belonged to the Pensacola Naval Air Station mass shooter.
Ring employees caught watching customers’ videos
The admission was made in a letter from the company to U.S. senators.
Amazon Ring doorbells exposed users’ WiFi passwords
Usernames and passwords were transmitted unencrypted from Ring's app to the doorbell.
Twitter used two-factor authentication details to serve targeted ads
The details, which include phone numbers and email addresses, were used as part of Twitter's Tailored Audiences and Partner Audiences advertising systems.
What happens when smart cities open the physical world to cyberattacks?
From gridlocking Manhattan to weaponizing appliances, internet-connected cities may become a security nightmare.
Apple attempts to fix its messy iOS 13 rollout with new update
Update your iPhone to fix bugs and security issues.
Hackers create fake jobs site to target veterans with malware
The hacking group is believed to originate from Iran.
How to check if Yahoo owes you $358
You could be entitled to a portion of a huge data breach settlement.
Millions of Facebook users’ phone numbers exposed online
A password-less server exposed more than records on 419 million Facebook users.
Thousands of iPhones attacked just by visiting hacked websites
A report from Google confirms that thousands of iPhones were potentially infected with malware after visiting compromised websites in an unprecedented hacking effort.
The best and scariest hacks out of Def Con 2019
In addition to bluetooth butt plugs, Def Con hackers took on voting machines, iPhone cables and Google Home, among others for the 2019 convention.
How to protect yourself following the Capital One hack
More than 100 million Americans and 6 million Canadians were affected.
It’s time to secure your smart home
Make your smart home more secure with these six simple tips, including changing a few settings on your router and enabling a guest network. Here's how to do it.
Equifax might not give you that $125 (updated)
The credit reporting firm is finally paying for the 2017 hack that leaked millions of users' data.
Apple temporarily disables Apple Watch app that enabled eavesdropping
Apple says it doesn't believe the bug was exploited in the wild.
Hackers got control of Dylan Sprouse’s Twitter account, posted offensive content
Sprouse has regained control of his account.