From March, the Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Edge browsers will show warnings when users visit websites that only support TLS versions 1.0 or 1.1.
A high-severity vulnerability could allow cybercriminals to push malware or remotely execute code, using seemingly innocuous messages.
Apple thinks it's come up with a simple way to make SMS two-factor authentication (2FA) one-time codes less susceptible to phishing attacks.
Apple’s iOS 13.3.1 update includes a host of security patches and a way to turn off U1 Ultra Wideband tracking.
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.
Apple’s much-vaunted Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) could leave users exposed to a raft of privacy issues, including - ironically - being tracked.
New research outlines vulnerabilities in Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Protection that can reveal user browsing behavior to third parties.