Facebook has suffered a data breach affecting almost 50 million accounts. Another 40 million have been reset as a “precautionary” measure.
Regretful WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton has joined the ranks of the Silicon Valley mea-culpa-rati.
Several leading Android-based password managers can be fooled into auto-filling login credentials on behalf of fake phishing apps.
Google thought it was a such a great idea to start logging you into everything when you logged into something… that it forgot to ask.
One poor woman whose phone number was hijacked by robocallers got several calls a day from irate consumers who thought she was trying to market to them.
Cryptomining apps were banned from the Play Store some time ago – but that hasn’t stopped the crooks getting cryptojackers past Google…
Mozilla has formally launched Firefox Monitor, a privacy-engineered website that hooks up to Troy Hunt’s Have I Been Pwned? (HIBP) breach notification database.
Spotify and Ancestry have teamed up to let you use your real DNA to tell your “musical” DNA.
The online fashion store is now contacting affected users and asking them to change passwords for their online store accounts.
Everyone knew that SNI needed to be fixed sooner or later, but nobody was quite sure how.