Gmail and other important Google services are currently down for many users all over the world, according to reports on Downdetector.
Is Facebook Messenger down for you? No, you’re not the only one experiencing issues with Facebook’s Messenger. Users from all over the world are reporting issues with sending messages, making calls and […]
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are almost upon us, and this year, more than ever, it’s essential that users know how to be safe when shopping online. We will highlight the most […]
Barnes & Noble has been hit by a cyber attack that potentially exposed customers’ data. With over 600 bookstores in 50 US states, Barnes & Noble is US’s largest bookseller.
Tech-support scams make up ridiculous claims about viruses, errors and other issues on your computer in order to trick you into paying for services you did not get, nor need. Tech-support scammers […]
The Federal Bureau of Investigations has warned about the danger of online romance scams, as losses associated with romance scams exceeded $475 million in 2019 in the US.
The US is cracking down on Chinese apps, but TikTok is fighting back and is preparing to sue the US goverment over executive order that bans TikTok in the US.
WastedLocker ransomware is file-encrypting malware, responsible for the recent attack on technology company Garmin. The wearable technology company fell victim to the attack and was forced to pay millions of dollars to […]
Mere minutes after hijacked Twitter accounts started posting Bitcoin giveaway scams, cryptocurrency exchange service Coinbase blocked scammer’s wallet addresses, preventing its users from sending $280,000 to scammers.
High-profile Twitter accounts of Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Apple and others hijacked to promote Bitcoin scam
Twitter accounts belonging to high-profile politicians, business people, companies and celebrities like Elon Musk and Apple, were hijacked yesterday evening to promote a crypto currency scam.
Apple’s upcoming iOS 14 release will give users the option to opt out of ad tracking in a bid to give users more control over how their data is handled.
Google is facing a $5 billion class action lawsuit over tracking users when in ‘private’ mode.