Taking a minute or two to ask a few questions about an application before downloading it can greatly reduce your chances of downloading a malicious app.
Apple core services go down temporarily, plus more news bytes of the week.
Detecting these phishing lures isn’t easy and proves that you can’t be too careful when asked for your account credentials.
A rundown of cyber threats emerging from the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Plus, two blasts from the past return – Emotet and Spectre.
Ensuring your security while using these tools is difficult to achieve, and by participating in these actions, you risk your privacy.
Plus, TeaBot returns to steep you in malware and Google explores the potential of radar.
"Simple tools" allow regular people to participate in DDoS attacks in aid of Ukraine. But these tools are not safe, say Avast Threat Labs researchers.
Plus, New York builds a statewide cybersecurity hub and Amazon cracks down on fake reviews.
Whenever you come across a phishing attempt, report it to the proper authorities to protect both yourself and others.
Our survey participants give multiple reasons for not using the internet, and the majority believes that they don’t need it.