Buried in Samsung’s terms of service is the admission that spoken words are picked up and passed along to third parties by voice recognition.
In this talk security podcast, Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss the upcoming Security Analyst Summit, Flash zero days, the Ghost vulnerability and the Anthem breach
Many would see an aircraft just the way they see a car: should it be 15 or 20 years old, it is automatically perceived as obsolete. This reasoning is misleading.
WhatsApp has finally released a Web version of its popular mobile messaging service. We take a look at it from the security perspective.
"All the things I really like to do are either immoral, illegal, or fattening." As always, there are exceptions.
The Internet continues to find its way into the private lives of its users. Here, we brief you on the most common methods of online tracking.
Banks continue to lose a lot of money because of carders and seek ways to ensure their customers are safe. Let’s take a look at the latest methods of bank card protection and how ...
Whether you're buying or selling a secondhand Apple device, you can be fooled by criminals. We have gathered tips on how to minimize your chances of being taken by such frauds.
As is, a QR code can quickly take you to a site or another resource but not necessarily to the one you really want to visit. Thus Kaspersky Lab offers a free and safe QR scanner!
Have you ever wondered how a typical office would look in a decade or so? Allow us to take you on a small tour of the most interesting office concepts.