2-step verification available for Firefox

Mozilla recently unveiled a new optional security feature for Firefox users: two-step verification.

Emails may not be safe due to encryption flaw

Two email encryption tools may expose info to attackers. Read on for more info.

Many OS vendors left systems open to attack

Most major OS vendors are releasing security patches after a misunderstanding left their systems open to attack.

Phone numbers, emails exposed by Equifax

The hits just keep on coming for Equifax, as more light has been shed on the company’s major data breach from last year.

Malicious Chrome extensions hit 100,000 computers

Seven malicious Google Chrome extensions that steal login credentials, mine cryptocurrencies and engage in click fraud have been discovered.

Multiple vulnerabilities patched by Apple

Memory corruption presents a problem in Apple’s browsers and software.

Microsoft releases 2 more Spectre v2 updates

The Spectre vulnerability hasn’t gone away, and Microsoft is still dealing with its impact. The company released two new updates to fix the Spectre v2 vulnerability.

$35M fine for Yahoo after 2016 data breach

You may remember a Yahoo data breach revealed in 2016 that exposed the information of more than 500 million users.

New Gmail tool creates email expiration dates

For those worried about sending sensitive info over email, Google has a solution. Its new confidential mode for Gmail will let G Suite business users set expiration dates for emails that contain sensitive data.

Adobe Flash Player flaw allows remote attacks

Adobe vulnerabilities could leave your system open to attack.