The same hacker who posted 120 million LinkedIn passwords online last week is now allegedly selling user records for millions of Tumblr, MySpace, and Fling accounts: Social… Read more »
In yet another example of why regularly changing your passwords is a good security practice, hackers have recently begun to sell nearly 120 million passwords… Read more »
In summer 2016, Microsoft will stop browser support for sites secured by SHA-1 certificates, which have been classified as unsafe. This means that some websites… Read more »
Apple has released multiple updates to address vulnerabilities in tvOS, iOS, watchOS, OS X El Capitan, Safari, and iTunes. Products and applications with new security updates available for… Read more »
Adobe has published a security update addressing critical vulnerabilities in Flash Player for Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and ChromeOS. These vulnerabilities, if exploited, could potentially cause a… Read more »
Microsoft released seven critical updates for Windows, Office, Edge, and Internet Explorer, as well as a critical update that resolves vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player when installed on Windows systems.
The first Thursday of every May is World Password Day, when users are encouraged to brush up on their password security practices. Read on for… Read more »