Dr. Neal Krawetz, a computer forensics expert, revealed on Monday several problems with the amount of details the Tor Browser discloses about users, which may allow a determined actor to identify users employing the Tor Browser to surf the Internet.
Sensors used to detect the level of ambient light can be used to steal browser data, according to privacy expert Lukasz Olejnik.
The website of a company handling the shipment of Samsung products is currently leaking data about Samsung customers in an appalling manner.
For many years, MAC Address Randomization was slated as the next big thing for protecting user privacy on the modern Internet.
The way in which Firefox caches intermediate CA certificates allows a third-party to deduce various details about website visitors and also link advertising profiles to private browsing sessions.
Germany's telecommunications regulator has issued a ban against a line of smart toys called "My Friend Cayla," calling the toy an espionage device, and recommending that parents destroy all toy instances at once.
Downloading and trying to open Windows DRM-protected files can deanonymize Tor Browser users and reveal their real IP addresses, security researchers from Hacker House have warned.
Scientists from universities in China and the UK have published research that details a novel method that breaks Android's pattern lock system based on videos of people entering their patterns from distances of up to nine meters away.
New research released this week reveals that a large chunk of today Android VPN clients are a serious security and privacy risk, with some clients failing to encrypt traffic, and some even injecting ads in a customer's browsing experience.
A new ransomware called DetoxCrypto has been discovered that includes variant that take pictures of your active screen or try to take part in the PokemonGo craze.
A mother in Houston, Texas was horrified to learn hackers had compromised her home's security camera system and put up a live feed of her two daughters' bedroom online. Jennifer, who has requested the media not include her last name, told ABC News she found out about the feed after her friend notified her of a post she had seen on F
Companies can use battery status readouts of web devices to identify and track users online, warns a security researcher. The API was originally designed to help site owners optimize their websites for visitors with a low batter charge, but has been discovered being used to track people online.