Mozilla’s policy is unambiguous - add-ons must be self-contained and not load remote code, which opens up the user to all sorts of risks.
Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri's houses were surrounded by SWAT teams after hoax phone calls claimed hostages were being held there.
Apple’s much-vaunted Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) could leave users exposed to a raft of privacy issues, including - ironically - being tracked.
What’s the difference between a real job and a fake one found on the internet? The fake ones are suspiciously easy to get interviews for.
Another company has ended up accidentally spilling sensitive data from business collaboration tool Trello.
Citrix has issued its first set of patches fixing a nasty vulnerability that's been hanging over some of its biggest products.
The Spinner personalises “subconscious influencing” for a specific target.
The January 2020 update featured a joint record of 334 patches, matching an identical number released in July 2018.
Researchers have discovered bad authentication bypass vulnerabilities affecting two WordPress plugins which should be patched as soon as possible.
Criminals have been caught trying to sneak a malicious package on to the popular Node.js platform npm (Node Package Manager).
A fortnight in to 2020 and we have the first security flaw to be given its own name: Cable Haunt - complete with eye-catching logo.