Go ahead, give them the keys to your heart—but anything more could make a cybersecurity mess.
Despite the Trump campaign’s fight to overturn the election, the wheels of American democracy keep turning.
The company is rolling out a patch today for the vulnerabilities, which allowed one researcher to break into one in 90 seconds and drive away.
For now, the security measure will be available only to people using the beta version of the app.
Ransomware as a service, exposed SMS photos, and more of the week's top security news.
The vulnerability was found through the company's bug bounty program, now in its tenth year.
A deepfake bot has been generating explicit, non-consensual images on the platform. The researchers who found it say their warnings have been ignored.
The tracker-blocking company will soon launch a privacy-friendly desktop browser as well.
The president dismissed the widely respected cybersecurity agency director Tuesday night for pushing back against election disinformation.
The blockbuster game of deception has security holes that let cheaters run wild.
The Pluton security processor will give the software giant an even more prominent role in locking down Windows hardware.
The president's responsibility for the US nuclear arsenal is a Cold War anachronism. The Trump era shows why it needs reform.
Does your great-aunt Winifred ask for tech support every year? Even if you aren't traveling this year, send your loved ones this advice to show you care.
Covid-19 research hacking, the Pentagon's Photoshop antics, and more of the week's top security news.
The issues affected users that didn't upgrade their software, and other Apple services, too.
An analysis of nearly 500 Covid-related apps worldwide shows major differences in how much data they expect you to give up.