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Consumers who use Apple’s newest mobile devices, including iPhones and iPads, can recover data such as lost photos and videos that go missing during …

As part of the 2014 Global Privacy Enforcement Network Sweep, about 26 privacy enforcement authorities in 19 countries downloaded 1,211 popular mobile apps to …

Apple says hackers were able to access private celebrity photos through targeted attacks, going after usernames, passwords and security questions. So how secure are …

Apple plans to bolster its iCloud security measures to prevent the hijacking of accounts like that associated with last weekend’s release of a large …

The third annual Mobile Pwn2Own competition will feature new devices to crack and a larger prize pool. Operated by HP Security Research’s Zero Day …

Twitter recently announced its new bug bounty program, rewarding researchers that find security vulnerabilities in its web services and mobile apps. The social media …

I’m the furthest thing in the world from a technology or security expert, but what I have learned in recent years is that a …

White hat hacker Ben Caudill is halfway through his sandwich when he casually reaches over to his iPhone, swipes the screen a few times, …

Avoid installing Facebook Messenger on your iPhone using this quick tip and continue chatting using the normal Facebook app. Photograph: Jeff Chiu/AP Facebook’s policy …

The secrets of one of the world’s most prominent surveillance companies, Gamma Group, spilled onto the internet last week, courtesy of an anonymous leaker …