The smartphone virus 'AndroidSmssend' threatens users with its ability to steal personal information and sending unwanted SMSes to people on the user's contact list.
A computer scientist recently weighed in on whether people can ever truly master the online password security process.
Online marketplace eBay is facing backlash over its handling of a hack attack that exposed millions of passwords and other data.
US online giant eBay today said cyberattackers broke into its database with customer passwords and other personal data in what could be one of the biggest breaches of its kind.
Chromebook may soon add a new feature, which will automatically unlock the device when in close proximity with a registered smartphone.
Password manager LastPass has reportedly added a bug vulnerability scan to its site security check in order to detect the most dangerous bug "Heartbleed" plaguing the Web world.
Google is acquiring SlickLogin, an Israeli developer of sound-based password alternative, in an "acqui-hiring deal".
Apple recently updated its iWork office suite, allowing users to password protect specific documents for web sharing.
The number sequence "123456" has overtaken "password" as the most common worst password among Internet users, an online security firm says.
Microsoft is adding a few new security features for Microsoft Account holders.
With increasing online threat to privacy, it has become very important to secure your important password and information online from hackers. And the secret to it is, it should be easy to remember and hard to guess.
The social media has become an integral part of everyday life but users need to be aware of what and how much they share on sites like Facebook which might be used by malicious hackers.
A recent study has revealed that eye-tracking technology could be vital for creating an authentication system that doesn`t rely on passwords.
Our email is the simplest and most common vulnerable thing to spying eyes.
Search giant Google is set to kill off passwords and is experimenting with USB keys, mobile phones and even jewelry that can act as a physical `key` to give users access to their account.
Researchers have claimed that the key to finding more secure code could be straightforward - just don`t use good grammar or spelling.
An Australian song bird uses secret passwords to prevent food theft, scientists have found.
The top three passwords of the year are ‘password’, ‘123456’ and ‘12345678’, a new survey has showed.
Scientists are advancing biometrics security systems a step further by developing `biosoles` that can recognise you based upon your unique walk.
The majority of internet users` security is threatened by big data breaches or simplistic passwords easily targeted by hackers, Extreme Tech website explained.
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