Apple has released an iOS update for the iPhone and iPad, addressing concerns that the devices were tracking users’ locations.
Amid rising concern about its attitude to privacy and safety, Facebook has announced that it is introducing a two-factor authentication system in an attempt to prevent unauthorised account logins.
A hoax SMS text message claiming that radiation may hit the Philippines, following explosions that have rocked Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant, have caused such a problem that authorities in Manila have issued an official denial.
Google rolls out a clean-up tool to malware-infected Android users – but how are other users supposed to fix the underlying vulnerability?
Facebook accounts have been compromised by spammers, with messages claiming that the user has received a free Apple iPad.
Is it HongTouTou, Adrd or Geinimi? One thing is clear – new malware for Android smartphones is grabbing users’ attention.
Make sure that you are careful about the applications you install on your Android device.
A Valentine’s Day mobile application, which promises to send an romantic MMS message to a loved one, actually hides a money-making scheme that sends expensive messages to a Russian premium rate SMS number.
The Facebook page of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam has been compromised to promote a money-making survey scam.
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Trapster is notifying its 10 million users that their usernames and passwords may have fallen into the hands of hackers.
Download your free copy of the Sophos Security Threat Report 2011 now and learn more about not just social networking dangers, but also the many other security threats faced by businesses and computer users.
Do you really want complete strangers being able to access your mobile phone number and home address?
Facebook plays a dangerous game with new ability for application developers.
A girl falls into a mall’s fountain because she’s too busy concentrating on texting.
When the video becomes an internet sensation, cybercriminals are only too quick to jump on the bandwagon.
Facebook scammers steal identities to spread spam via chat messaging.
What’s surprising is that your childhood memories may actually be enough to save you from falling for the scam.
Android users may not be at risk from as much malware on their smartphone as on their desktop computer, but that doesn’t mean they should be careless about security.
Apple has pushed out the much anticipated update to its mobile operating system – iOS 4.2.
Although most of the headlines have focused on new functionality Apple has introduced, there’s a much more important reason why you should be considering updating your Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Security.