PCMag Security Watch

"Minimize, monitor, and manage your data online."

Views expressed in this cybersecurity, cyber crime update are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Accessed on 26 December 2023, 2134 UTC.

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TODAY'S FEATURED SECURITY STORY
How to Protect Your Data Online: Minimize, Monitor, and Manage

To online criminals, you're not a nobody—you're an opportunity. We show you how to minimize, monitor, and manage your way to better safety for your data, identity, and money.

 
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You might be surprised how many guests find cameras in vacation rentals. Here's what to do, before and after you book, to make sure you're not being subject to surveillance.

How to Kick Your Kids Off the Wi-Fi and Take Control of Your Internet

If your kids need a screen-time breather, here are a few ways to disconnect their devices from Wi-Fi through your router settings.

Windows 11 File Explorer Bug Finally Fixed After More Than a Year

Some Windows 11 users were experiencing random File Explorer pop-ups that made them think they'd been hacked. A December patch update finally addresses the glitch.

Ouch: Hackers Leak 1.6TB of Data Stolen From Sony's Insomniac Games

The leak contains a huge amount of confidential data, including details on upcoming titles from Insomniac Games, as well as employee information.

Pornhub Gets Pulled Into EU's Strict DSA Rules: Can It Comply?

Pornhub, Stripchat, and XVideos are now designated as 'very large online platforms' under the Digital Services Act alongside TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and more.

Hackers Hit Comcast's Xfinity to Steal Data on 35 Million People

In some cases, the hackers only stole usernames and hashed passwords. But in other cases, details including contact information and dates of birth were looted.

 
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