5 things you can do to make your Zooming safer, more private and more secure…
Dozens of bugs in a core Windows API could enable attackers to elevate their privileges in the operating system.
If somebody promises to get your economic impact payment fast, back away: it’s just one flavor of COVID-19 scam the tax agency is seeing.
In theory, crooks could mess up your site so vistors can’t see your content, then lock you out so you can’t jump in and fix it.
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The FCC has given voice carriers until June 2021 to implement technology it says will stop the robocall plague that’s driving us all insane.
In one of the strangest stories of the year, the COVID-19 virus has halted plans by major browsers to drop support for the aging and insecure Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 protocols.
And no, Microsoft said, none of our verified accounts have been hijacked, vehemently denying early reports.
Every once in a while an attack comes along that is so simple to set up, and yet so effective, that it makes your jaw drop. Here’s one.
Microsoft has announced a list of new security and privacy features it plans to add to forthcoming versions in an effort to take on its rivals.