Iowa announces it is testing driver's licenses on phones. But what if a police officer asks to take your phone, so that he can check your license in his own vehicle?
Love them, hate them, or some where in between, CNET Facebook fans tell us what they think of fitness tracking devices.
It seems that British Intelligence's passwords are kept in plain text -- complete with username, all non-encrypted. Ergo, not so secure.
Using a simple technique, a researcher creates a benign botnet to survey the breadth of the Internet, and finds a back door flung wide open and beckoning the bad guys.
Apple finally delivers a cure for the "goto fail" plague, but this isn't the first time that sluggish Apple response times have put its users at risk.
One problem that may occur when logging in to OS X is an error warning that mentions insecure startup items.
The next phase for BitTorrent's Bundle showcases "Fly or Die," an original TV show that's neck-deep in Hollywood drama.
Insanely popular with kids, the question-and-answer service thrives on anonymity, making it fun and dangerous.
Many home PC users find the most effective approach to Web security is simply combining always-on malware protection and software updates with an always-cautious mindset.
We compare three patch-management utilities that identify applications on your PC for which updates are available: CNET TechTracker, Secunia Personal Software Inspector, and Sumo.