- November 21, 2019
Microsoft will soon add the ability to use DNS-over-HTTPS and DNS-over-TLS into its networking client.
Google has patched a bug in the Android camera app that allowed other applications to bypass the strict controls on camera and audio access.
If you downloaded the Monero command line wallet recently, check it before using it.
Twitter wagged its finger at the UK's Conservative party for renaming its press account “factcheckUK” during a live TV debate.
A now-patched-hole could have allowed remote code execution that could have exposed files and messages. Update your WhatsApp now.
It was sucking up private profiles by requiring users to hand over their logins, giving it access to whatever accounts they follow.
If you've been happily using Adobe Reader 2015 software for the last few years, you're in for a rude awakening.
If you think brand new, just-out-of-the-box Android smartphones are immune from security vulnerabilities – think again.
Beware, holiday shoppers! The phishers hiding under typosquatting domains are waiting for your keyboard fumbles.