September's security news was dominated by three stories: the Home Depot data breach, the Apple celebrity nude photo leak scandal and the Shellshock vulnerability in Bash.
Elena Kharchenko, Head of Consumer Product Management, answers the important security questions that you submitted.
Phishing is the most developed form of Internet scamming. Let’s explore the topic in order to better understand why it became so prominent and what measures one can take to avoid ...
Even when your iPhone is in your hands or on the table, it can reveal some of your secrets to strangers. Here are 10 tips to prevent this from happening.
Virus Bulletin is a traditionally enterprise-focused event, but each year topics of consumer interest, like Apple malware, hackable devices and Bitcoin are presented.
The Bash vulnerability affecting Unix, Linux and OS X systems is the latest Internet-wide bug to emerge, and a number of experts are saying it's more dangerous than OpenSSL Heartb...
Online shopping is typically a money-saving move in and of itself, but there are tactics that you can use to keep even more cash in your pocket.
Have you ever imagined that you could be seen on camera without your permission? Unfortunately, it is possible: there is a chance that cybercriminals could access your webcam to w...
With the release of iOS 8, Apple claims it can’t access the personal data on your iPhones and iPads and it can’t give it to authorities. But it seems there’s a catch.
You can manually set up Safe Money with ease even if your bank or payment system is not included in our database.