A new report suggests some August smart locks setups could be decoded to hack into your home's Wi-Fi.
The agency says it can now obtain details including your phone's location history, social media information, and photos and videos.
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Two presentations at the Defcon security conference show that government apps consume an unhealthy amount of data.
Two executive orders signed by the president will effectively ban the popular TikTok app, unless a US company takes it over within 45 days.
Eighty-three percent of users surveyed aren't concerned enough about potential privacy concerns to delete the app.
Dozens of Reddit communities were forcibly flooded with pro-Trump content Friday morning. Reddit is blaming compromised moderator accounts.
Instead of just the US, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand businesses, Microsoft is mulling a total buyout, a report says.
Chips that allow modern phone features, such as quick charging or noise cancellation, may open the door for hackers too, researchers warn.
The network of fake accounts posted about the November election, QAnon and other US political topics, Facebook says.
The security of your bank account, Netflix account and email inbox depends on how well you safeguard your many passwords.