It's inevitable that software has flaws, but some of these have been exploited by hackers. Here are some of the worst exploits you should know about.
Learn how to tell if your Facebook account was hacked, what to do if it was, and how to prevent being hacked in future.
If you act quickly, you can stop the situation from getting worse.
If someone else has gained access to your account, don't panic! There are ways you can take back control.
If you're using Snapchat, the default privacy level isn't enough. Here's how to tweak Snapchat's privacy settings.
Apps that use old repository names on GitHub as dependencies might actually be leading users to malware. Here's what you need to know.
Meta, owner of Facebook and Instagram, doesn't have a great track record when it comes to privacy, so is Threads private and secure enough to use?
What social engineering techniques would a hacker use and how would you protect yourself from them? Let's take a look at some of the most common methods of attack.
Let’s dive into the depths of cybersecurity's most unusual threat: sharks. Yes, you read that right.
Worried that someone knows how to hack into your Instagram? Here's how they could do it, and how to prevent it.
Someone doesn't need to know your passwords if they successfully steal your browser cookies instead.
Suspect that your computer isn't how you left it? Think someone is checking on your computer? Learn how to tell if someone was snooping on your PC!
You're at work or school, but want to view a blocked website. Here are several methods you can try—no proxy or VPN needed.
Regularly deleting cookies doesn't fully eliminate the risk, but it greatly improves your odds of staying safe.
A dirty file can compromise your entire network, but there are tools you can use to keep your devices clean.