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The Spell Checker in Your Web Browser Could Have Leaked Your Passwords

The extended spell checkers in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge can leak sensitive information, once again highlighting our dependence on online...

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EU's Cyber Resilience Act Could Make Smart Devices Safer For All of Us

The EU has proposed legislation that will require manufacturers of internet-connected devices to build in a minimum layer of security, which could...

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Hardware With Built-In Security Could Be More Secure Than Software, Experts Say

Could a strong hardware-based security product eliminate the threat of malware? The answer is slightly more nuanced, suggest security experts.

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Your Favorite Websites Could Be Leaking Your Searches to the Highest Bidder

You may think your web searches wouldn’t be of use to anyone except you, but they’re actually a gold mine for online advertisers.

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New Wi-Fi 6E Routers Could Be Disastrous for Mission-Critical Services

That swanky new Wi-Fi 6E router? Yeah, some people think it could potentially interfere with critical communications.

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Apple Releases Security Updates for 9-Year-Old iPhones and That’s a Big Deal

Apple has released a security update for iPhones that are a decade old, which experts say could be a win for them as more people are security...

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That Popular Android App Could be Sharing Your Data With Others

A new study has revealed that thousands of popular paid and free apps share our personal data with third-parties with impunity.

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Children's Online Privacy May Soon Get the Big Boost It Needs

Privacy advocates have been demanding action against apps and online networks to make them safer for kids, and it appears they may soon get their way.

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Your Mobile Carrier Remembers Where You’ve Been, and That’s a Bad Thing

The FCC has found that mobile carriers collect and save sensitive data about their customers, sometimes for years, and has called for an inquiry into...

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This Is Why You Should Never Use Someone Else's Dirty USB Cable

O.MG USB cables are designed to allow hackers to deliver software and transmit data via a USB cable. This new hack is hard to spot, so you should...

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Plex Data Breach Could Have Leaked Your Email or Passwords

Plex has notified subscribers of a recent data breach, which may have resulted in compromised email addresses and passwords.

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Hold Up! That Legitimate Website Could Be a Trick to Steal Your Passwords

Just because a legitimate service is asking you for your login credentials, doesn’t mean you aren’t being gamed. Keep an eye out while online.

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DuckDuckGo Email Protection Beta Drops the Waitlist, Offers Safer Email for All

DuckDuckGo's secure Email Protection forwarding service beta has removed the waitlist, so now everyone can try it out.

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iOS 15.6.1 Is an Important Update, but Don’t Let the Media Scare You

The iOS 15.6.1 update was released to handle two major security concerns, however, mainstream media has blown it out of proportion and it might not...

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Samsung Internet Beta 19.0 Is Out the Door With More Privacy Enhancements

The latest version of the Samsung Internet beta adds Enhanced Smart Anti-Tracking and phishing protection among other improvements when you're...

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Your Children Are Likely Being Tracked By Some of Their Favorite Apps

A recent COPPA scorecard found that children's information is not well protected in many apps directed at them, and that old guidelines are no longer...

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Google Play Store Could Still Be Serving Up Dangerous Shape-Shifting Apps

Butdefender recently discovered that the Google Play Store is serving up apps that can change their icons and disappear while still flooding your...

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Turns Out, Security Is Really Important to People Who Use Android Phones

IN a recent survey done by Beyond Identity, it appears people who use Android phones are very concerned about their security, and to improve it,...

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Your Facebook App Might Still Track You, Even After Being Told Not to

A researcher recently found that social media apps have in-app browsers that still track users online, even after being asked not to track using...

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Why Mac Users Should Uninstall the Zoom App Right Now

A Zoom vulnerability has been discovered that puts Mac users at risk because they must grant root-level permissions when installing the app. It's...

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Banking on Android? It Could Be More Treacherous Thanks to New Malware

An Android banking malware has evolved to have some nasty new capabilities, as if banking on a smartphone wasn’t already dangerous enough.

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Amazon's Palm Payments Are Convenient, But Are They Safe?

Amazon's Palm Payment at its Whole Foods stores is convenient, but experts warn that giving away your biometrics might not be safe, because if...

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Google Promises Better Accuracy in Your Search Results

Google search results are getting more relevant and more accurate thanks to a handful of improvements.

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Motorola’s New 6GHz Mesh Router Can Handle All Your Gadgets

Motorola has released details on its forthcoming Q14 WiFi 6E mesh router system, which covers up to 5,000 square feet.

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Your Phone Could Soon Let You Block Access to Personal Data

Samsung has released a new Galaxy feature for some phones in Korea that enables a Repair Mode, which locks down personal data while your phone is out...

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Opera VPN Pro Now Available for Mac and Windows

Opera has released its Opera VPN Pro to Windows and Mac users, as it was previously available only for Android.

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That Text From Your Friend May Not Be as Innocent as It Seems

Just when you get a handle on phishing emails comes news of threat actors using SMS messages to attack people. Great.

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New macOS Malware Uses Several Tricks to Spy on You

A new macOS spyware exploits patched vulnerabilities to work around protections built into the OS, highlighting the importance of keeping up with...

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