Do you have an ASUS computer? You need to take action now!
Google discovered an actively exploited security hole in the core of the Windows 7 operating system that allows a hacker to bypass antivirus protections.
A hacker within 100m of your scooter can cause it to suddenly accelerate to full speed or brake. What can you do?
Here are our tips on setting up a multi-layered defence against ransomware.
You saw “facebook.com” with the padlock in the address bar. It can’t be a trick right?
Here’s what you need to do to check if your Android device is vulnerable.
Apple has just issued an update to iOS (version 12.1.4) and macOS (10.14.3 Supplemental) to fix the notorious FaceTime bug.
A researcher discovered a few security holes in a WiFi chip used in BILLIONS of devices/computers. The user merely have to turn on WiFi to get hacked.
As more people get wiser at detecting phishing attempts by looking at the web address bar, hackers have found a new way to fool people.
One day, your iPhone received an automated call from Apple (complete with Apple’s logo) warning that multiple servers containing Apple user IDs had been compromised and that you needed to call a 1300 number before doing anything else.
Did you install Sennheiser HeadSetup and HeadSetup Pro software? If yes, please go here and follow the instructions carefully to remove this serious security threat.
Conventional wisdom says that Face ID is more secure than Touch ID. But you may want to re-think if this applies to you.
Researchers discovered that internal & external SSD storage made by Samsung and Crucial do encryption INCORRECTLY. If you use them, your data is at risk!
One day, you shop at a neighbourhood store for a vacuum cleaner. You can’t remember exactly what you did in the store, but lately, you start to notice online ads from that store. Coincidence?
Apple has released a new security update for iOS 12.1 and macOS 10.14.1.
Almost everyone installs antivirus software on their PC and Macs. But there is growing realisation among cybersecurity experts that antivirus software actually makes you more vulnerable to hackers!
D-Link has revealed that 8 of their routers in the small/home office “DWR” range are vulnerable to complete takeover by hackers.
Here are the reasons why you still need privacy even though you believe that you are absolutely clean and has nothing to hide.
Here are 4 reasons why you MUST use a password manager.