Google and Mozilla are tidying up security features and patching vulnerabilities in Chrome and Firefox for Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Singapore’s Ministry of Health said the HIV status of 14,200 people, plus confidential data of 2,400 of their contacts, is in the possession of somebody who’s not authorized to have it and who’s published it online.
A US court has sentenced a man to over five years for his part in a massive telecommunications fraud involving stolen cellphone accounts and reprogrammed phones.
It was paying people, including teens, up to $20 to install an app that got root access for “nearly limitless access,” encryption or no.
Here’s the latest Naked Security podcast – enjoy!
The malware middle ground is full of journeymen, wallflowers and also-rans that’ll bite you hard, if you let them.
There’s a new version of Sophos Home out today, and it comes with a whole host of new features.
A researcher has discovered an alarming way that an attacker controlling a Microsoft Exchange mailbox account could potentially elevate their privileges to become a Domain Administrator.
Firefox has introduced a new set of controls to make it easier for privacy-conscious users to protect themselves from online ad trackers.
Cops from 14 countries are seeking to inflict a bit of distributed denial-of-freedom to whoever’s behind 6 million around-the-globe attacks.