More than 103 million Americans use Wi-Fi networks that are vulnerable to theft
Research by dfndr lab shows that 33% of respondents say they “don’t use any method of protecting their Wi-Fi connection
By Brandon Jones, on Aug 25, 2020
dfndr lab has noticed that another disturbing trend continues to grow: scams that ask for ransoms from users.
As crafty and sophisticated as hackers’ use of technology has become, and as common as major breaches seem to be, the good news about credential stuffing is that we have the solution.
Fortunately, today, technology has advanced enough that defensive features can help guarantee the recovery of your device and files, and protect your information.
Named after the Norse term for an ancient Viking technique for coastal raids, StrandHogg 2.0 is a nefarious new update to an earlier trojan-like malware.
There’s one great reason to always stay on top of things and update your apps whenever they offer one: SECURITY.
A pernicious new malware that steals Android mobile banking data has been discovered, and it’s targeting Android users throughout Europe and the United States.
During the Coronavirus pandemic, one group of people is carrying on as they always have: hackers.
Find out how cyberattackers have been using coronavirus as a scam and how to protect your device.
Do you suspect your account has been hacked? Here's how to tell if your email has been compromised and what to do to protect yourself.
Threatening misinformation is spreading almost as fast as the virus itself. And it's enabling dangerous attacks on your digital devices and personal information