If you download FaceApp, you can “age” your face — but possibly give up your privacy. Learn more.
In a Norton email scam, scammers impersonate Norton through fake emails designed to trick consumers and steal their money and personal information. These answers to your FAQs can help.
If you’re worried that a photo or video may be a deepfake, there are some simple tell-tale signs.
Researchers at NortonLifeLock have recently discovered a malicious app that can steal photos and videos from the popular instant messaging and VoIP app Viber.
If you have a Yahoo account, you need to change your password now. If you reuse that password on any other online accounts, you should change that too.
It may take some time for the manufacturer of your devices to come up with a security patch for this. In the meantime, there are extra steps you can take to help secure your devices.
When it comes to free apps, there still may be a price, although it doesn’t always cost the user. There are other ways applications can earn revenue, such as running advertisements within the app itself.
Recently, there have been reports about state sponsored, targeted attacks moving into the router and IoT security space. Read more to see how this affects you.
Reported breach may affect 5 million debit and credit cards at Saks, Saks OFF 5TH and Lord & Taylor stores in North America.
What happens when cryptocurrency becomes one of the most desired forms of money? Everyone takes notice. That includes hackers.
Hundreds of malicious apps are showing up on the Google Play Store, disguised as legitimate applications.
496,951 Google+ users’ full names, birth dates, gender, profile photos, addresses, occupation and relationship status were exposed.
Overnight sensation Pokémon GO! has continued to explode over a week after its New Zealand, Australia, and the US on Wed July 6. July 13th the game was released in Germany and the following day for the UK.
Data breaches at companies can affect millions of consumers, but what does that mean for you? We explain it all.
Dropbox has announced via their blog that 68 million user email addresses with hashed and salted passwords have been exposed. Dropbox has verified that the information is indeed legitimate.
Although Dridex (W32.Cridex) and Locky (Trojan.Cryptolocker.AF) have been unusually quiet, a new type of ransomware may be taking their place on the online threat landscape.
Cyber criminals are finding new ways to steal your money through your Android device. Lately, the use of Android malware that steals your banking credentials, with names such as Acecard or GMbot, is on the rise.
What you need to know about deepfakes, romance scams, and crypto scams. Plus, some of the latest phishing pages we have caught.
Are your Apple AirPorts suddenly flashing yellow? That’s because Apple has sent out a major update to your AirPort Express, AirPort Extreme, and AirPort Time Capsule base stations.
Ticketmaster UK Breach: Customers’ Personal Data & Credit Card Information Possibly Stolen
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