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The new tools are meant to help the developers of password managers and Apple hopes the tools will reduce the instances where users chose their own password rather than rely on the password manager.
eCh0raix ransomware gang returns with a new wave of attacks against QNAP NAS devices.
Report from social media research group shows foreign diplomats and state-controlled media pounced on the US' abysmal handling of the BLM protests to attack the US as a beacon of freedom and further their own political goals.
Google's TAG team said phishing attacks against Biden and Trump campaign staffers were unsuccessful.
Here is a step-by-step guide to reducing your digital footprint online, whether you want to lock down data or vanish entirely.
Google said last year that it would fix a bug that allowed sites to detect incognito mode, but no fix ever came.
Hackers hijacked Coincheck's domain registrar account and then changed DNS settings.
You can now use hardware security keys to access Google apps and services running on iOS devices.
Attackers tried to download configuration files from WordPress sites so they could steal database credentials.
The former Facebook employee accuses the social network of allowing “politicians to radicalize individuals and glorify violence.”
Tor Browser 9.5 is also working towards making Dark Web addresses easier to remember.
The move follows integration with services including Android and Chrome.
DopplePaymer ransomware gang claims to have breached DMI, a major US IT and cybersecurity provider, and one of NASA IT contractors.
LG has released a firmware fix in May 2020. Attack requires physical access.
Ransomware gang takes extortion to a whole new level. Threatens to auction Madonna's legal documents in a future auction.
G Suite apps that have access to Drive and Gmail data found communicating with undisclosed external services.
The rail service says that customer PII may have been compromised.
The security flaw handed over the keys to enterprise infrastructure.
US federal agencies reported 28,581 cyber-security incidents in 2019, down by 8% from 31,107 in 2018.
Only a third of users changed their password following a data breach.