Don't-Miss Security Stories
A grab-bag of topics this week includes President-elect Trump's wish for Apple to build iPhones in the U.S.—and how Apple is responding so far.
These basic security tips will help protect you during the scam-filled holiday season.
It always happens this time of year, an influx of holiday-related scams circulating the web. Here are a six holiday threats to watch out for.
A security researcher finds a gaping hole in automatic network connections made by plugging in a dongle.
Now you can get LastPass on your computer and your phone without paying $12 per year.
Giving up an old cell phone number for a new one may seem harmless. But for Lyft customers, it can potentially expose their accounts to complete strangers.
While we wait forever for new Macs, Apple is headed to the Supreme Court. The FBI needs to crack more iPhones, but at least none of them have caught on fire yet, unlike some other phones we could mention.
It may sound paranoid, but the next time you enter into a highly confidential meeting, leave your smart watch behind. It's possible the device could be spying on you.
The FBI wants to access data on a locked iPhone owned by a dead stabbing suspect with alleged ties to ISIS.
Ads played to Spotify listeners tried to install malware on PCs and Macs.
The value for zero-day exploits targeting Apple's iOS software is jumping. On Thursday, a company called Zerodium began offering as much as $1.5 million for them.
Security researchers have found a new Mac OS X malware that appears to be targeting the aerospace industry.
Aside from new and interesting features, macOS Sierra 10.12 has a large number of important security fixes.
The zero-day exploits patched by iOS 9.3.5 have also been patched on the Mac.
Dropbox’s move last week to ask users who had signed up before mid-2012 to change their account passwords followed the discovery of a dump of some 68 million email addresses and passwords.