Thieves Use Emojis as Bait in Scams

World Emoji Day is on July 17 with fun and more than a little emoji mayhem. Fun fact: the reason ...
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Beware the “Sideload” of Amazon Fire

Why would someone simply give you free access to a brand-new blockbuster movie or an album download from a chart-topping artist? ...
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Do You Need a VPN?

Privacy concerns like data tracking, selling your information to third-parties and advertisers, hacking and even potential changes to how companies ...
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What’s In a (Domain) Name?

Mistyping a domain name in an email or website can lead to disaster, as one Australian bank recently found out. If you’ve ...
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The New Threat of Sim Swapping on Mobile Devices

Cell phone customers have been warned about a lot of different pitfalls when it comes to protecting their privacy and ...
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Avoiding Initial Coin Offering (ICO) Scams

If you know anything about cryptocurrency and the supposed investment opportunities that go along with it, you’ve probably run across more than ...
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Facial Recognition and its Security Flaws

In the race to come up with even more secure forms of protecting your technology and your accounts, researchers have ...
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Are You Cyber-Stressed?

“Cell phones are so convenient that they're an inconvenience.” ― Haruki Murakami In the past fifty years, humans have gone ...
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Trustjacking: The Latest Permission that Can Leave You Vulnerable

Too often, the apps we use on a daily basis can lead to issues with privacy and security. In many ...
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The Pros and Cons of Peer-to-Peer Payment Apps

Peer-to-peer payment apps, or P2P apps, are a convenient way to share funds with people but come with some identity ...
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