Is there anything worse than “12345” password? Only “12345” password, used for all your accounts.
Here are some simple yet effective ways to protect your files from infection by ransomware.
Kaspersky Lab has recently conducted an unusual research and proved that many users hardly care about security. Here is the reason to create reliable passwords for all of your acc...
Facebook will now let Google index the mobile app from the search engine.
Cellular networks are not that hard to hack and it is almost impossible to protect them. Telcos are not ready to take responsibility and spend millions of dollars to secure their ...
Don’t fall victim to cybercrime when shopping online this holiday season.
What does Google know about you and me? Let's check it with the new “About me” tool.
Do ATMs employ a secret trick to call the police, and should you trust anything written in CAPS?
Sometimes even cybercriminals go fishing. They hunt for a special goldfish — our personal data. So, what can you do to protect yourself from phishing?
The Internet is full of thoughts and perceptions, both true and false. Let’s investigate whether the Internet legend about hotel key cards storing guests’ personal information is ...