When a pattern of bizarre messages began piling up in my inbox, I turned to the source for answers: Google.
The eagle-eyed Char Yarema noticed something wasn't right when shopping online. But experts say not enough people know how to stay safe.
A site you might not have heard of is building itself quite a library to compete with Netflix.
Hackers offered 200,000 customer passwords for sale online, forcing Comcast to send reset notices to many users. The lesson? We all need to get a lot smarter about Internet security.
Baby monitors, thermostats, kitchen gadgets and other "smart" devices add convenience to our daily lives. What are manufacturers doing to make sure they don't make life easier for criminals too?
Ruin a cybercriminal's Christmas by shopping smart, even at the 11th hour.
Anonymous directs its latest campaign against the Republican presidential candidate for his comments about Muslims. But Trump could prove a tough target for online activists to hurt.
After a year of painful data breaches, we know a lot more about how vulnerable our information is on the Internet.
It's been keeping software security flaws secret to keep tabs on suspects. That could end up making some members of the public less safe.
Mattel's chatty doll could give up sensitive information, while a hacker has already swiped children's pictures and personal info from toymaker VTech. Experts say Internet-connected toys are rife with security problems.