The Google+ meltdown is speeding up with another discovery of an API vulnerability that let third parties access users' personal information.
The data breach allowed app developers to collect data from not only consenting users, but those who shared private data with those users.
An iPhone and Android vulnerability has been discovered, one that is related to Bluetooth. A hacker could hijack all data transmitted via Bluetooth.
It didn't take Apple long to convince GitHub to take down leaked source code for a core iOS 9 component, but according to security experts, the damage may have been done.
Regardless of your operating system, web browser or "modern" computer of choice, including smartphones, Meltdown and Spectre security threats are real and really scary.
It's a Qualcomm app and it's not really supposed to be on user-side software. Well, it is on user-side software with OxygenOS.
It is worse since November. The process is hidden better and can encompass everything about your phone from your location to what apps you install.
The domain is said to control master features of a piece of software that could not only suggest, but load apps onto millions of Android phones.
The issues are considered quite pressing and are being addressed in an early-release software patch before Android has issued its monthly bulletin.
Qualcomm is looking for more hands with white gloves to pick up on vulnerabilities on its Snapdragon processors and LTE modems.
The police department in Surprise, Arizona took in more than 100 calls in just a few minutes from iPhones repeatedly dialing 911. All from a Twitter link.
Who created it? What intentions do they have in mind? Was it a proper use of government funds? It's one of the iPhone 5c encryption issues that won't die.
NSO makes spyware for governments to use on its targets. The only reason we found out about them and the iOS security vulnerabilities? A would-be victim.
1.4 billion Android users are at risk from an internet protocol hole that lets hackers get into a simple connection and inject an attack into it.
Three security vulnerabilities on nearly a billion Android devices have been patched. Long ago. But one security is still open and will be for too long.
Authentication tokens are the digital keys that make sure you are who you say you are and you're performing the action you want. Samsung screwed them up.
Quadrooter is one name for four security holes found in Qualcomm chips. Those chips are on nearly a billion Android devices. And everyone's fixing it.
iMessage encryption was found to be susceptible to the right cyber-attacks by a team of researchers, with Apple's security features in general questioned.
There's an Android Google Chrome Exploit out there, here's what you need to know about it.
Learn about the newly revealed Android MKV bug, and the impact it stands to have on a whole lot of modern devices.
We all hate bugs and we love new features, but are forced, automatic updates the right way to deliver them?