Comparitech researchers accessed and unsecured Facebook bot farm used to control nearly 14,000 fake accounts. Here’s what they found.
Travelers whose data was exposed could be at risk of identity theft, phishing, and other attacks. In some cases, national ID numbers and Social Security numbers were leaked.
If you receive a message from someone who claims to own images on your site and threatens legal action, it might well be a phishing scam.
Our study found that most organizations don’t acknowledge alerts regarding data breaches. Learn more about how this impacts end users.
Curious about what diagnostic data your PC is storing? We explain what info Windows 10 collects and how to change your log settings in under a minute.
Comparitech researchers set up honeypots on the web to lure in attackers and record their actions. We recorded more than 100,000 attacks in just 24 hours.
Reverse tabnabbing attacks can compromise your most sensitive online accounts. In this post, we look at what reverse tabnabbing is and how you can protect against it.
Finding trustworthy apps can be a tricky task at the best of times, and when it comes to your privacy, you simply can’t afford to choose poorly. We’ve tested numerous Android app lockers and brought you only the best.
Many popular Android apps contain hardcoded credentials that can be found and abused by attackers against users, app developers, and APIs.
Side-channel attacks don’t target cryptographic systems, but their implementations instead. Find out how they can compromise secure algorithms.