Most free apps are not actually free. They monetize on displaying ads to you ― and sometimes it is very annoying.
Igor Soumenkov, a Kaspersky Lab contributor to the Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs script assessment, explains how close to real life the game world is.
Wireless networks are often insecure, and are notorious havens for attackers, who hang out in coffee shops, hotel swimming pools and anywhere else people congregate to the closest...
Making a case for password reuse, Google hiring hackers to fix the Internet, Apple bolsters security across its services with strong Crypto, plus various fixes and more.
Any new technology can be rough around the edges. The consequences can be complex and there's high chance for human error, especially when it comes to security.
As ISPs push to make Wi-Fi more widely available outside the home, users are increasingly vulnerable to attacks that rely on rogue and malicious hotspots
If you think that threat isn't real, ask Miss Teen USA 2013, whose webcam was hacked into and used to take nude photos of her.
These young researchers will shape cyberworld in the next decade.
Avoid becoming a victim as some of our friends did, watch your card closely.