An ancient WinRAR vulnerability made public in February is now well on its way to becoming one of the most widely and rapidly-exploited security flaws of recent times.
After three years of embarrassing rejection, might Microsoft’s newly-Chromed Edge browser be on the up?
UK police are planning to issue online warnings to young gamers hoping to deter them from a life of cybercrime, they revealed last week.
Researchers have discovered several holes in a new security protocol for wireless networks.
One week out from Easter, and Facebook’s Oculus subsidiary has admitted a “hidden message Easter Egg” gone wrong. Coincidence? Or…
Naked Security Live investigates how to sniff out snoopy spycams. We explain what works, and what doesn’t, when it comes to hidden cameras.
The Ecuadorean embassy finally decided it wasn’t willing to shelter Julian Assange any more, so it let in UK police to arrest him.
A multi-agency report has strengthened claims that Russia meddled with election systems in all 50 US states during the last presidential race.
Photo sharing website Flickr is trying to combat copyright infringement with a service that spots copies of its users’ images online.
A new security feature allows users of Android 7 and later to use their smartphones to authenticate themselves to their Google accounts.