Google’s Web Store Spreads Malware Again, 100,000 Users Infected By Malicious Chrome Extensions

Security firm Radware has uncovered malicious extensions believed to infect more than 100,000 Google Chrome…

Firefox Moves Closer to Password-Free Browsers

On Wednesday, Mozilla released its Firefox 60 browser, moving a step closer to password-free login…

Cambridge Analytica Announces Closure, Files for Bankruptcy

Cambridge Analytica, the controversial firm embroiled in the mishandling of Facebook user data, has announced…

Microsoft Warns of Rising Tech Support Scams, Calls for Industry-Wide Cooperation

Incidents of tech support scams targeting susceptible PC users are increasing, Microsoft warned. The company…

It’s Worse Than You Think, Facebook Exposes Millions More Users to Cambridge Analytica Data Breach

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, Facebook revealed that Cambridge Analytica was…

Amazon Web Services Now has a Tool for Managing ‘Secrets’

Even companies have secrets that must never be revealed to outsiders. These include passwords,  API…

Cloudflare Makes the Internet More Private With 1.1.1.1 DNS Service

Cloudflare recently announced a way for the public to enjoy faster and more private Internet.…

Microsoft to Ban Language It Finds Offensive on Private Accounts

Microsoft users might want to take a closer look at the company’s update to its…

Facebook to Cut Off Third-Party Data for Targeted Ads

In the midst of the fallout of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook recently announced that…

What You Should Know About Google’s GDPR Consent Plan for Publishers

Google wants its publishers in Europe to solicit users’ consent on its behalf under the…