Don’t trust everything you read on Twitter. And shame on whoever thought the death of a world statesman admired by millions was the perfect opportunity to embarrass Paris Hilton.
Researchers have found a serious security hole in Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, that allows rogue applications to bypass security, and turn off security locks.
Be careful what apps you install on your smartphone!
He’s only too aware, of course, about how the mobile phone conversations of world leaders can be spied upon.
Find out if you might be the victim of a big database breach with this new online tool.
A stash of almost two million usernames and passwords, stolen by cybercriminals from users of Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, LinkedIn and many other sites, has been uncovered.
And it makes for some sorry reading.
The New York Times has released a thought-provoking short video explaining why regular American citizens should be concerned about the revelations of NSA surveillance on the internet.
“Cloud” is a lovely, fluffy, comforting word.
Is that why we trust it more than saying we’re storing our data on “someone else’s computer”?
Facebook pages claiming to link to leaked photos distributed via the Snapchat smartphone app can be attempting to steal your passwords.
Be on your guard, and warn your friends to be more careful about what they “Like”.
German researchers say they have found a way to transmit data from infected computers, when they aren’t connected to any other devices or networks.
An online quiz to help consumers spot digital malvertising that can result in unexpected mobile charges has been launched by UK regulator, PhonepayPlus.