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Ring says it will introduce new security features after hackers broke into a camera in an 8-year-old’s bedroom, where they could watch and talk ...
The company said hackers were able to break into the camera in part because of weak passwords. It's unclear what Ring's security improvements will be.
You can turn off AirDrop on your Mac easily, simply by going to the AirDrop menu in your Finder and setting your visibility to "No One." Here's how.
All it takes to fool facial recognition at airports and border crossings is a printed mask, researchers found
Researchers said they fooled facial-recognition tech across three continents but were unable to fool some software, including Apple's Face ID.
This is how Facebook learns what you buy at physical stores in order to show you relevant ads — and how to opt out
Facebook learns about what users are buying in order to serve them ads that reflect what they're likely to spend money on.
Amazon sells children’s smartwatches that are so easy to hack strangers could track and talk to kids, security researchers say
These smartwatches are used by parents who want to track and talk to their kids, but they're so insecure that almost anyone can do the same.
The new feature works by checking people's passwords against a database of compromised login credentials from past hacks and data breaches.
Trump reportedly uses unsecured phone lines. Cybersecurity experts explain why those are ‘so easy to hack it’s scary.’
Business Insider spoke with cybersecurity experts about how hackers gain access to phone conversations on unsecured devices.
Homeland Security is walking back its plans to use facial recognition on US citizens traveling internationally
The announcement reverses a proposal the agency made last week that would have mandated all US citizens have their faces scanned in airports.
Personal information from thousands of Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile customers was accidentally left exposed — here’s how to ch...
Phone bills of subscribers to Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile were affected by the data exposure.
The FBI just issued a warning about the risks of owning a smart TV — here are its suggestions for protecting your privacy
If you own a smart TV, it's time to acquaint yourself with the risks associated with the devices, according to a new warning issued by the FBI.