US CEOs who lie about misusing consumers' data could face up to 20 years in prison under a new piece of legislation proposed last week.
Adobe patched a total of 82 vulnerabilities across a range of products on Tuesday, including 46 critical bugs.
Apple was quick to allay user concerns this weekend after someone spotted that it was working with Chinese company Tencent to check its users' website requests for malicious URLs.
Old passwords never die... they just become easier to decode.
Apple was under fire this week after banning an app that tracked the location of both police and protesters in Hong Kong on a live map.
Microsoft fixed 59 vulnerabilities in October's Patch Tuesday, including several critical remote code execution (RCE) flaws.
Remember the FaceTime bug that allowed a caller to eavesdrop on your phone? Researchers just discovered another - this time in Signal.
The US, UK and Australian governments last week officially urged Facebook to halt its plans for end-to-end encryption.
A UK class action lawsuit against Google, that represents around 5 million iPhone users, can go ahead, according to the UK Court of Appeal.
Google has taken the next step in its strategy to secure users' passwords. The search giant has taken a password-checking feature released in February as an extension to its Chrome browser and embedded it directly into its password manager service.
This malicious O.MG Lightning cable has come a long way, with extensive work on the kinds of payload it can deliver.
The 'super camera' can identifying people dozens of meters away using facial recognition.
People are taking different tacks to get around Apple's tightly controlled phone rules.
A few days ago, movie editors started reporting that Mac Pros running Avid software were crashing throughout Hollywood.
If you're a Wordpress admin using a plug-in called Rich Reviews, you'll want to uninstall it. Now.
VPN vendor Forcepoint has patched a security flaw that could have given attackers unfettered access to its users' Windows computers.
Apple has turned off the ability for adblocking companies to use their own blocking mechanisms in Safari.
Researchers have discovered a way to use wireless earbuds as a biometric authentication system.
A researcher has just published a zero-day security bug in one of the web's most popular database administration software packages.
An in-depth study of reported bugs has produced a list of the top 25 bug categories in software today - with some old familiar names topping the list.
Don’t be lulled into a false sense of security by that shiny new router or network-attached storage (NAS) device - the chances are that it’s no more secure than its predecessors.
Kyle Milliken is back from jail, and he has some advice for you: Do. Not. Reuse. Your. Passwords.
The shadowy world of phone-surveillance-for-hire became a little clearer last week following the discovery of a phone exploit called Simjacker.
There's another vulnerability in Intel chips, with another catchy name: NetCAT.
Following hot on Mozilla's trail, Google officially announced its own DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) experiment in Chrome this week.