Latest Security Stories
Go try the new iPad and iPhone features before they’re officially released
Don’t expect to pay for Facebook any time soon
Five ways to protect your privacy during a protest
You should blur the faces in your protest photos. Here’s how.
Scams are thriving during COVID-19. Here’s what to watch out for.
Everything you need to do before you start a free trial
Ring’s new battery-powered video doorbell captures footage before motion begins
What are cookies, and why are Google, Mozilla, and others going to war against them?
The Nigerian prince scam is still fooling people. Here’s why.
The Iowa caucus app never had a chance
Unidentified drones are everywhere. The FAA has a plan.
Tips for keeping your security cameras secure
Facebook wants your messages to be 100-percent private. The government has other ideas.
The biggest security breakthroughs of 2019
Stay safer online by leveling up your cybersecurity vocabulary
The government’s plan to collect migrant DNA could send us down a slippery slope for surveillance
The most important changes in macOS Catalina to know before updating
How to safely find out what’s on a mysterious USB device
Scammers are targeting your calendar—here’s how to stop them
What you need to know about email trackers and how to stop them
Posting a copyright notice on social media doesn’t actually accomplish anything
The FCC created an online index for known phone scams
How to do two-factor authentication like a pro
What to know about the ‘extremely unusual’ Capital One hack
FaceApp is a privacy nightmare, but so is almost everything else you do online
This typhoon-resistant facility in Guam will power the tubes that give us the internet
Google and YouTube are giving you more control over your data and recommendations
How a foreign country hacks a power grid
You should enable Google’s new auto-delete privacy feature
How to combat the threat of Android malware
It’s time to change your Facebook password again thanks to a plain text storage bug
Facebook just made some big privacy promises, and they all hinge on encryption
Amazon is thinking about routers and you should be, too
You should probably turn off FaceTime even though Apple just fixed a massive privacy bug
You don’t have to delete Facebook, but you could definitely be using it better
The Marriott data breach exposed millions of passports. Here’s what thieves can do with them.
This change can make your online browsing faster and more private
Setting up a secure private email server isn’t as hard as it sounds
Here’s how an AI lie detector can tell when you’re fibbing
Credit card stolen or lost? Here’s what to do.
Wi-Fi could get much faster thanks to a proposed change in the wireless spectrum
Tim Cook says Apple supports general digital privacy laws in the U.S.
Get ready for a lot more facial recognition at the airport
Here’s how to find out if you were part of the latest Facebook hack
Here’s what happens when you turn off the microphones and cameras on Facebook’s Portal device
A running list of hacks, leaks, and vulnerabilities that have recently given up your personal information
Here’s what you need to know about today’s unavoidable Presidential Alert notification
A Facebook breach put 50 million accounts at risk: Here’s what you need to know
What you can do to prevent Google—and others—from tracking your phone
This tiny Google product could help secure your accounts
Do you really need to properly eject a USB drive before yanking it out?
This AI can see people through walls. Here’s how.
What you need to know about your browser’s digital fingerprints
Here’s what kind of data genetics testing companies can share
Your social security number probably got leaked and that’s very, very bad
You wanna see something wild? Check out all the advertisers targeting you on Facebook.
Watch: Day two of Mark Zuckerberg’s Washington testimony
Here’s what you need to know before Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony in Washington
Your private browsing isn’t as incognito as you want it to be
The HTTPS in your browser’s address bar is important for staying safe on the web
The Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities affect nearly every computer. Here’s what you need to know.
How to stop hackers from rickrolling your smart speaker
Here’s how Apple can figure out which emojis are popular
The year’s most important innovations in security