Don't-Miss Security Stories
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has come up with a concept iPhone case that can help prevent the government from finding your location.
Over 11,000 people have signed a petition asking Apple not to deploy technology that would allow third parties like the police to use it to disable cameras on user phones under certain circumstances.
Apple Music, iCloud Music Library, and iTunes Match just got slightly less confusing, and Pokémon Go can't stop.
Yes, even bad-guy malware developers have to keep their "customers" happy. Read what happens when F-Secure tests the "help desks" of four crypto-locking malware makers.
U.S. Senator Al Franken, a strong privacy advocate, has raised the inevitable question about the privacy of the extensive data the game collects from its users, including children, and whether the data is used for other purposes.
Pokémon Masters, beware: The iPhone app gains access to your Google account, but you can revoke the access now, and a better fix is coming.
With the launch of Pokemon Go last week, it's not just players but police that "gotta catch 'em all."
Facebook Messenger now has an encrypted messaging tool, but it doesn't come close to covering all your conversations on the messaging platform.
Researchers have identified a new Mac backdoor program that's designed to steal credentials stored in the OS encrypted keychain and give attackers control over the system.
Susie and Caitlin have a lot of feelings about the loss of Paper, which is like rocks and scissors to our souls.
Security researchers have found a new backdoor program that allows attackers to hijack Mac systems and control them over the Tor network.
The feature will be built into Android with a Play Services update and work on iOS through the Google app.
Apple has released firmware updates for its AirPort wireless base stations in order to fix a vulnerability that could put the devices at risk of hacking.
Apple is driving another nail in the coffin of Adobe Flash by no longer telling websites that offer both Flash and HTML5 that the plug-in is installed on users' Macs.
Two-factor authentication and other verification systems are for naught if someone can call your phone carrier and get your number transferred to them.