Given all the talk about protecting our personal privacy, is anyone seriously doing something about it? Well, sort of.
There are a slew of sites out there that consolidate the publicly available details from all the major hacks and let you search to see if your email is among them.
Good luck with alllllllll THAT.
If the recent increase in spam is bothering you, the good news is that you can put a stop to it with a little effort.
Security firm LastPass has cobbled together a tool you can use to input your Snapchat username to see if it’s been leaked alongside your phone number.
The retailer says that debit accounts remain secure thanks to strong encryption.
Over at ZDNet, Violet Blue details a couple apparent Snapchat weaknesses: one that would allow someone to match a phone number with a person’s username, and one that would allow someone to create a bunch of accounts that could be …
Is your older computer a ticking time bomb?
In response to more bad news, Target opts for the classic non-denial denial.
Jailbreak finally uncorks iOS 7, but its sudden release comes with warnings.
40 million shoppers could be at risk for credit and debit card fraud.
It’s not a new word, or a trendy one. But boy, does it matter.