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What You Should Know About The SHARPEXT Malware Getting Past Gmail 2FA

A threat actor believed to be associated with North Korea is said to be deploying a malicious browser extension to spy on Gmail and AOL users.

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How To Delete Your Flo Account (And Your Personal Data)

Ready to bid farewell to Flo and remove all traces of personal information on the period-tracking app? There are two ways to get these steps done.

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Is The Flo Period Tracker App Safe To Use? What You Need To Know

For any Flo users concerned about the data privacy and security of the popular period tracker app, here's what the company's policy says and means.

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How To Download Your Data From Snapchat

Snapchat users can download a surprising amount of their account data from the company's website, even after it no longer appears in the application.

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Will Tech Companies Hand Over Users’ Abortion-Related Data?

Tech companies appear unprepared to take action to protect user data from anyone interested in prosecuting abortion patients or providers.

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Should TikTok Users Be Worried About Fresh Call To Ban The App

TikTok continues to weather accusations. After surviving a presidential executive order to shut down in the U.S., will anything stop it?

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iOS 16's Lockdown Mode Is iPhone's Answer To Mercenary Spyware

Lockdown Mode, an upcoming security feature debuting later this fall, is an extreme measure taken to protect a device against targeted cyberattacks.

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Why Web3 Is Not Yet Safe Enough For Mass Adoption

A blockchain contributor explains why Web 3.0 is not yet safe for adoption, as a lack of on-chain privacy exposes all users to cybersecurity threats.

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Firefox's New Privacy Feature Stops Websites From Tracking You

Mozilla has started rolling out Firefox's Total Cookie Protection to all users by default to offer a more private browsing experience on the web.

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LastPass Makes First Step Towards Passwordless Future

There has been a lot of talk of a passwordless future recently, but LastPass is now actually offering passwordless logins to its users.

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Mastercard Will Soon Let You Pay With A Smile Or A Wave

As part of its plans to roll out biometric payment solutions, Mastercard will soon let users pay with a smile or a wave at checkout counters.

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How To Protect Your Facebook Account From Unauthorized Logins

Facebook users can receive alerts for login attempts made on devices they've never used before. Here's how and what to do if you get a notification.

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Facebook's Trusted Contacts Is Going Away - Here Are The Best Alternatives

Facebook's feature that allows users to ask for login help from friends is going away soon. Here's what users can do to avoid losing account access.

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How To Enable Two-Factor Authentication In Slack

Slack users can enable two-factor authentication to enhance their account security. Here's how to set up with an authenticator app or text messages.

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Sharkbot Malware Uses Android Apps To Steal Credentials & Banking Details

Google removed six fake Android antivirus apps from the Play Store after they were found to be spreading a 'Sharkbot' form of banking malware.

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These Mental Health Apps Are Collecting Data On You

Some mental health apps and prayer apps have poor privacy policies and end up collecting data on their users and, in some cases sharing it.

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Kaspersky Antivirus Software Alternatives

Kaspersky Lab offers great cybersecurity solutions, but there are many alternatives to its anti-malware programs on desktop and mobile.

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Chrome's Virtual Cards Keep Your Credit Card Details Safe While Shopping

Google Pay's new Virtual cards can be used to replace real credit card information when shopping online using Chrome or an Android device.

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Firefox 100 Adds HTTPS-Only Mode, Clutter-Free Tabs & More

Version 100 of Mozilla's open-source Firefox browser brings a slew of new features, upgrades and improvements across multiple platforms.

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Get Ready To Log In To Websites & Apps By Unlocking Your Smartphone

The FIDO Alliance, an organization trying to improve online security by ditching passwords, has joined hands with Apple, Google, and Microsoft.

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Fake Windows 11 Upgrade Has Data-Stealing Malware

Cybersecurity researchers have detailed a new cybercrime campaign that spreads a data-stealing malware by pretending to be a Windows 11 upgrade.

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Facebook Doesn’t Know What Happens To The Data It Collects

In a leaked document from last year, Facebook's privacy engineers seemingly admitted that the company doesn't know how it handles user data.

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The EU’s Digital Services Act Could Serve As A Blueprint For The U.S.

The European Commission's Digital Services Act, which puts responsibility on online services to protect privacy, could be a blueprint for the U.S.

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How To Detect & Remove Russian Spyware From Your Mac

Russian spyware is a rising threat, but there are ways to stay safe from state-sponsored cyber-crime. Here's how to remove suspicious apps on a Mac.

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The New 'Declaration For The Future Of The Internet' Explained

The White House issued a statement on the future of the internet co-signed by 60 global partners, but presented no clear changes in policy.

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Cash App User Data Accessed By Former Block Employee: What You Need To Know

Block Inc. has confirmed a data breach affecting a large number of Cash App users. The company is currently investigating the incident.

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Apple And Meta Fell For A Fake 'Emergency Data Request' Scam

Apple and Meta reportedly handed over user data including addresses and phone numbers to hackers after being served with fraudulent data requests.

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You Can Help Mozilla Track Facebook While Facebook Is Tracking You

The data collected by Mozilla's browser extension will be used by investigative journalists to study the network of Facebook's user-tracking empire.

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