Internet, Networking, & Security News

From the latest malware threats, to important security patches, to major outages, we'll keep you in the know and teach you how to stay safe.
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Your Browser Extensions Might Make You More Trackable
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Email Threats Are Still on the Rise
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Firefox’s New Privacy Feature Is a Step in the Right Direction
Microsoft Officially Suspends All Support for Internet Explorer
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Hardware Flaw in Bluetooth Chipsets Could Allow Signal Tracking
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Firefox Says 'No' to Cross-site Cookie Tracking
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Why You Shouldn’t Store Sensitive Details in a Web Browser
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Vivaldi Believes an Email Client in Your Browser Is the Way to Go
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MIT Experts Find Security Flaw in M1 Chip
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A .doc File Could Put Your Windows Computer at Risk
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Vodafone’s Bid to Keep the Internet Free Could Impact Your Privacy
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Presearch Wants to Be the Next Google Search, Minus the Privacy Concerns
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Facial Recognition Industry Could Face a Reset
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Researchers Demonstrate a Vulnerability in Bluetooth
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History Book Is How a Web Browser's History Feature Should Work
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Paypal Vulnerability Is Still Unpatched, Researchers Say
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What the End of Sharing Streaming Passwords Means For You
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Some Websites Could Leak Your Data Even Before You Submit It
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Biometrics Are Reliable, but May Not Be Worth the Risk
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EU Proposal to Safeguard Children Online Could Become a Privacy Nightmare
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Mysterious New Windows Malware Continues to Vex Researchers
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White House Details New Plan for Low-Cost Internet
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You Could Still Be at Risk From the Log4J Vulnerability
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Apple, Google, and Microsoft to Expand Passwordless Log-in
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Everyone (Including Your Boss) Needs to Use Better Passwords
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Hackers Have Found a Way to Spoof Any Gmail Address
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Firefox’s 100th Build Brings Picture-in-Picture Subtitles and More
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Google Play Apps Will Disclose How Much They Know About You
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Your Video Conferencing App May Listen, Even When Muted
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You Can Now Ask Google to Remove Personal Info From Searches
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Brave Search’s New Feature Aims to Provide 'More Relevant' Results
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It's Now Easier for Hackers to Use Public Info Against You
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Not All Apps Are Safe, Even if They Seem to Work
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"Can’t Post It" App Takes a New Approach to Public Privacy
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Turns Out, Apple’s Hide My Email Feature Is Pretty Great
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That Call From Your Bank Might Be a Scam
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Why You Need DuckDuckGo’s Privacy Browser
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Scanning That QR Code Could Be More Dangerous Than You Realize
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DuckDuckGo’s Privacy-Focused Web Browser Launches on Mac
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Windows 11 Wants to Save You From Phishing Attacks
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Here's Why Malicious Malware Wants Your Smart Home Tech
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Beware! That App You’re Downloading Might Not Be Real
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The Centralized Internet Is a Bad Thing, Experts Say
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The Metaverse Is Coming and Security Risks Are Tagging Along
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Moving the Internet Closer to Autonomous Cars Could Make Them Safer
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Why You Totally Want to Use Automatic iOS Updates
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Don’t Forget to Secure Your Smart Home
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Google Adds Highly Cited Label to Search Results
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The Music of Your Heartbeat May One Day Be Your Password
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You Should Update or Replace Your Wyze Security Camera
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Using Biometrics to Prevent SIM Card Abuse Could Introduce Bigger Problems
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Be Careful, That Password Pop-Up Could Be Fake
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Microsoft Is Struggling to Squash a Windows 10/11 Bug
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A Passwordless Future May Require Our Phones to Be Security Keys
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Eero Launches New Router to Capitalize on Wi-Fi 6E Network
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A Better User Experience Could Reduce Smartphone Security Issues
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The ‘Accept All’ Cookies Option Might Be Riskier Than You Think
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Smartphone Hacks Are on the Rise, Experts Say
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Qualified ACP Customers Can Now Get Free Verizon Fios