Setting up a Linux home server is relatively easy, but securing it is another story altogether. Learn how you can secure your Linux home server.
Hackers have caught up to cybersecurity standards with two tools that are designed to bypass two-factor authentication (2FA). Learn how to stay protected.
WhatsApp has various security options that will help keep your information safe. Learn how you can safeguard your data by implementing these WhatsApp security options.
Chances are that some of your data has been stolen. There’s a good chance it was encrypted, but how secure is your stolen encrypted data?
There is plenty of cryptocurrency malware around. The latest attack aims to silently redirect payments to the attacker instead of the intended recipient.
Are you aware of the increasing need for security even when it’s IoT-related? How do you handle security in your smart devices?
Since Apple expanded macOS Mojave’s Security and Privacy permissions, requests have only increased. Should you grant apps these permissions?
Chromebooks are secured by design, but that doesn’t mean you can’t further secure it. Here are some ways you can improve the security of your Chromebook.
Fitbits can do more than just count your steps and provide other vitals. One woman’s Fitbit helped solve her murder, much to the assailant’s dismay.
Researchers are considering using ordinary Wi-Fi in security screenings to detect weapons, devices, and chemicals when they’re hidden away in baggage.
WordPress comes with xml-rpc enabled by default. Find out what XML-RPC is and why it is a good idea to disable XML-RPC in WordPress to protect yourself.
If you are really worried about the security of your Gmail account, Google has created an easy-to-use Security Checkup tool for you to check your account.
There are quite a few secure email services that offer email privacy and encryption. Here are some of the best email services to keep your data safe.
You may have seen some attacks occur via Bluetooth, so is Bluetooth really safe, or is it so full of holes you might as well keep it turned off?
Macs are fairly secure by default, but that doesn’t make them impenetrable.
Operating systems have to balance usability, user expectations, and simple operation with security concerns. Finding the right balance is important to building a user base and maintaining longevity.
In Minecraft you can easily change how the character looks in the game with a PNG file. This method of customization, however, has recently come under attack by a MInecraft malware that is buried within the PNG files themselves.
Remember Bitdefender BOX? Well, they’re back at it again with another security solution for your home network and Internet-connected devices.