Profits are nice, but “We don’t believe that the world will be best served by a commercial race to the bottom,” says President Brad Smith.
If you’re among the holdouts still running Flash, you have some more updating homework to do.
Attackers can boobytrap what should be access to only parent-vetted sites and can take over the webcam, speakers and microphone.
The Attorneys general of 12 states are suing an e-record provider who lost 3.9 million personal healthcare records in 2015.
Genomics England announced it’s sequenced 100K Brits’ genomes… and then had to store them in a military base after multiple hacking attacks.
Here’s the latest Naked Security Podcast – enjoy!
The cache of seized Facebook documents show how Facebook whitelists certain companies so they can keep lapping up user data.
Android’s December security bulletin arrived this week with another decent crop of vulnerabilities to add to the patching list for devices running version 7.0 Nougat to version 9.0 Pie, including Pixel users.
DuckDuckGo says you can go right ahead and log out of Google, then enter private browsing mode, but you’ll still see tailored search results.
Google shipped version 71 of its Chrome browser yesterday, alongside fixes for 43 security issues. The latest Chrome version also introduces several new security measures.