A bug within a crypto finance system known as MonoX allowed hackers to steal over $30 million worth of cryptocurrency
In an effort to accelerate the great resignation, hackers are sending messages to workers via exploits in receipt printers.
The new lower priced tier includes meetings for up to 300 people, as well as phone and web-based support.
As people found more time for side hustles during the pandemic, there has been a massive increase in self-employment.
To make matters even worse, 39% of people say they have no problem clicking on suspicious links, which isn't a good sign.
A recent report has shown how much information the government can pull from messaging apps like WhatsApp and Signal.
Even online reviews and seemingly legit websites can't be trusted to help you sift the good apps from the malware.
Nobly is the latest POS to be acquired, but won't be the last. Here's the most recent shakeup in the POS world.
Firefox Lockwise will soon stop being supported. Here's what to know and what password management alternatives to consider.
Jack Dorsey is moving on, and he's tweeted his entire resignation email to prove it.
A problem with Mediatek chips - which has now been addressed - meant malicious android apps could've accessed phone audio.
Extinction Rebellion and Make Amazon Pay - a coalition of over 70 organizations - both have multiple demonstrations planned.
The best offers on 2021 essentials, such as password managers, VPNs, anti-virus software and website builders.
To save you getting your calculator out, that's over 300,000 pieces of malware a day - or 227 every minute.
At least 600 Google employees have now signed a letter calling for staff to "oppose the mandate as a matter of principle".
Microsoft said the "all-in-one" communication system will help "SMBs reduce costs and simplify operations."
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has warned US businesses: “Threat Actors Don’t Take Holidays.”
GoDaddy's security chief has said the company is "sincerely sorry", as over a million accounts could be compromised.
The Dept. of Defense has asked tech companies to bid for the JWCC, which will replace the JEDI contract scrapped in July.
Aggrieved investors are suing their telecoms providers after falling victim to scammers using SIM-Swapping techniques.
Hackers have been using the flaw to gain access to companies' internal networks for months.