Hackers and online con artists are more successful in stealing the identity of people who always tell the truth.
A new app called “NewProfilePic” generates photos that look like cartoons, but some claim the app is dangerous.
A trick to setting and remembering passwords that meet the criteria for being strong passwords — think of two movie or song titles.
If you post those vacation photos publicly on Facebook, anyone you’re not friends with can see them.
There are con artists and hackers who love nothing more than seeing how you answer fun, seemingly harmless questions on the internet.
It’s the biggest lie on the internet: people saying they’ve read the terms of service agreements before installing an app or signing up for a service. An independent website run by volunteers is here to help.
You’ve probably looked at your house on Google Earth or Google Street view. But to someone looking to break into houses, those images give the bad guys a lot of information to help them decide which house to hit.
It’s critical to stay at the top of your personal and private information. Check your credit reports frequently. Some hackers and cybercriminals can find enough information to take out a credit card in your name or the name of your children.
As ransomware cases surge around the world, companies are spending tens of millions of dollars to deal with an issue that’s decades old.
What is ransomware? I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase or word many times over the past few months.