42 million user IDs and phone numbers for a third-party version of Telegram were exposed online without a password. The accounts belong to users in Iran, where the official Telegram app is blocked.
Unfortunately, many cybercriminals are taking advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak. Find out about coronavirus scams and how to avoid them.
Cryptojacking sprang up suddenly in late 2017. Although the attacks are less prominent now, they could return with a vengeance, draining the resources of countless victims.
A third-party app used by EU merchants on Amazon UK, Ebay, PayPal and other marketplaces exposed 8 million sales records containing customers’ personal data.
Hosting a public event in the coming months? If you’re responsible for a formal get-together, pay attention. Here’s the low-down on how to handle privacy.
Huawei’s involvement in 5G networks has gotten a host of media attention over the past few years, but most articles skate around the truth. Our deep dive tells you what’s really going on.
Since 2016, ransomware attacks have become a huge cause for concern for hospitals all over the world. They cripple key systems and prevent hospitals from accessing crucial patient data until a fee is paid to the hacker (or the ransomware is removed by IT specialists). The result? Severe delays and costs to healthcare organizations, patients […]
5G is rolling out to considerable fanfare. Find out what it really means, how it will affect the technology landscape, and whether there are any dangers.
Billions of leaked conversations between Microsoft customer support agents and customers were left exposed on the web without a password, potentially putting users at risk of phishing and scams.