What to do if you receive a notification about a suspicious login to your Facebook or Instagram account.
Would Johnny Mnemonic’s cybersecurity be plausible in the real 2021?
Jeff and Dave discuss Clubhouse and security issues as well as the latest in the battle between Australia and Facebook.
Facebook lets you manage the data it collects from third-party websites and apps. Here’s how.
How to minimize the consequences of a corporate ransomware attack.
Dave and Jeff talk about health app vulnerabilities, iMessage concerns, ransomware attacks, and more.
How, and why, cybercriminals attack accounts on hosting provider sites.
Jeff and Dave discuss surging cryptocurrency, Tesla’s Bitcoin investment, a compromised water treatment plant, and more.
Scammers are using fake news sites to lend legitimacy to their Bitcoin and Ethereum offers on Discord.
How to set up and use dating apps safely and privately.
Gut-wrenching stories of in-game cheating told by actual participants.
Evade spammers, take control of your notifications, and protect your Discord account from hijacking.
Anyone can experience in-game bullying. What to do if aggressive gamers target you.
Cybercriminals are disguising ransomware as a beta version of Cyberpunk 2077 for Android.
The world’s first show for gaming moms is on YouTube. Its purpose: breaking stereotypes about video games (and about parents).
Ahead of its release, scammers are offering free Cyberpunk 2077 downloads, but they’re really after your data.
The online battle royale shooter attracts not only virtuoso gamers, but also crooks of every stripe. How can you avoid becoming a victim?
More than 20 apps on Google Play that promised cool Minecraft mods turned out to be malicious.
In not-so-loving memory of Adobe Flash.
CD Projekt confirms attack on internal systems. Hackers claim to have downloaded Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 source code, and demand ransom.
Hackers are actively exploiting a dangerous vulnerability in Google Chrome. With Chrome 88.0.4324.150, Google has patched the vulnerability.
When the creators of Fonix ransomware abandoned their malicious ways and published the master key, we made a decryptor out of it.
Cybercriminals are sending phishing e-mails to hijack access to ESP accounts.
Why the computers in human resources are especially vulnerable, and how to protect them.
I firmly believe that the concept of cybersecurity will soon become obsolete, and cyberimmunity will take its place.
Hiding your guilty pleasures from prying eyes is possible, but you need to do it properly.
Seemingly overnight, the pandemic changed the way we work, and infosec departments are still adjusting. What’s on the horizon for employees in the coming year?
What to do if an account is hijacked: How to minimize damage, restore your Digital Comfort Zone, and avoid getting bamboozled.
Does saying “hyphen” five times to your iPhone really crash it — or is that just another myth?
The mass transition to working from home clearly shows the best technologies for a secure and convenient remote environment.
We explain for laypeople what end-to-end encryption is and how it enables private, secure communication for us all.
Cybercriminals have adopted the marketing tool for information collection.
The holidays are coming, and time to get gifts ready for the children is drawing short. Here’s what kids are into as 2020 turns to 2021.
Seven safety and security rules to keep in mind when buying games and in-game items.
Use these Origin settings to protect your EA account from hijacking, data theft, and spam.
A complete guide to security and privacy settings for your Battle.net account.