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Protect Your Logins With a Password Manager

Stop splashing your kids' birthday and your pets' names across the web. Our top-rated password managers help you create a unique, strong password for each of your online accounts and alert you of potential data leaks.

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Private Messenger App Telegram Is Surprisingly Fun to Use

Telegram spins simple text messaging into a platform that's at the center of many social movements. It's powerful and fun, but competitors are more secure (though less social).

Google: Microsoft Is Unable to Keep Customers Safe From Cyberattacks

Google criticizes Microsoft's cybersecurity failures and argues Microsoft may not be able to prevent future breaches.

US Offers $5 Million Reward to Stop North Koreans From Spying Via US IT Jobs

Workers affiliated with North Korea have secured remote jobs at US companies, according to the State Department, which is willing to pay up to $5 million for more information about the scheme.

Feds Arrest 23-Year-Old for Allegedly Running Major Illegal Drug Site

Taiwanese resident Ruisiang Lin allegedly sold over $100 million in illegal drugs through the site Incognito Market before it shut down in March.

Want to Change Password Managers on Your iPhone? Here's How

Apple does just about everything for you, including setting up a password manager. But what if you want to choose your own? We show you how.

Do I Really Need a VPN at Home?

Even at home, a VPN can help improve your online privacy.

What Does Malware Look Like? Check Out These Real-World Examples

Most people never come face-to-face with malware, but having tested security software for decades, we're not most people. Let's take a deep dive into the dark web to show you what malware actually looks like.

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