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Hardware With Built-In Security Could Be More Secure Than Software, Experts Say
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Your Favorite Websites Could Be Leaking Your Searches to the Highest Bidder
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New Wi-Fi 6E Routers Could Be Disastrous for Mission-Critical Services
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Apple Releases Security Updates for 9-Year-Old iPhones and That’s a Big Deal
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That Popular Android App Could be Sharing Your Data With Others
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Children's Online Privacy May Soon Get the Big Boost It Needs
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Your Mobile Carrier Remembers Where You’ve Been, and That’s a Bad Thing
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Hold Up! That Legitimate Website Could Be a Trick to Steal Your Passwords
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This Is Why You Should Never Use Someone Else's Dirty USB Cable
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DuckDuckGo Email Protection Beta Drops the Waitlist, Offers Safer Email for All
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Plex Data Breach Could Have Leaked Your Email or Passwords
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iOS 15.6.1 Is an Important Update, but Don’t Let the Media Scare You
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Samsung Internet Beta 19.0 Is Out the Door With More Privacy Enhancements
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A Song Can Crash Your Hard Drive? It Happens More Than You Think
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Your Children Are Likely Being Tracked By Some of Their Favorite Apps
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The VPN on Your iPhone May Leak Sensitive Information to Interested Parties
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Google Play Store Could Still Be Serving Up Dangerous Shape-Shifting Apps
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Turns Out, Security Is Really Important to People Who Use Android Phones
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Banking on Android? It Could Be More Treacherous Thanks to New Malware
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Why Mac Users Should Uninstall the Zoom App Right Now
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Why a Thunderbolt Dock Could Benefit Your Desktop Laptop Lifestyle
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Your Facebook App Might Still Track You, Even After Being Told Not to
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Amazon's Palm Payments Are Convenient, But Are They Safe?
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Google Promises Better Accuracy in Your Search Results
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Motorola’s New 6GHz Mesh Router Can Handle All Your Gadgets
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1Password 8 Finally Comes to Android and iOS
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DuckDuckGo Will Block Microsoft's Tracking Attempts, Too
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Opera VPN Pro Now Available for Mac and Windows
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Your Phone Could Soon Let You Block Access to Personal Data
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That Text From Your Friend May Not Be as Innocent as It Seems
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Blocking Macros Is Only the First Step in Defeating Malware
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Researchers Show Popular GPS Tracker Is Vulnerable to Hackers
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Don’t Let This Rediscovered Computer Hack Scare You
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New macOS Malware Uses Several Tricks to Spy on You
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New Google Play Store Rules Could Encourage Privacy Violations
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FTC Intends to Crack Down on Illegal Use and Sharing of Your Sensitive Data
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That Sudden Zip File in the Email Thread Could Be Malware
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Keep Your Eyes Peeled for Scams on Amazon Prime Day
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Why You Shouldn’t Use Chrome’s Updated Password Manager
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New Firefox Privacy Feature Might Not Benefit Many
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Google Fixes Critical Flaw in Chrome
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Google Simplifies Password Manager
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T-Mobile Expands 5G Coverage to 80+ Cities
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Brave Hands You the Keys to It's Search Results
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Why You Shouldn't Plug Unknown Devices Into Your Computer
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Chrome Gets Better Phishing and Malware Protections on iOS
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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