As we gear up to feast with family and friends this Thanksgiving, we also get our wallets ready for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Black Friday and Cyber Monday have practically become holidays themselves, as each year they immediately shift our attention from turkey and pumpkin pie to holiday shopping. Let’s take a look at these two holidays, and how their popularity can impact users’ online security.
We’ve all felt helpless as our phone’s battery dwindles in a moment of dire need. 25%…15%… 5%. The panic sets in, and suddenly, any port in the proverbial storm will do. You start outlet hunting and maybe even ask strangers if you can borrow their cable. But have you ever wondered whether every charging station and cable is safe?
While you might have been preoccupied with ghosts and goblins on Halloween night, a different kind of spook began haunting Google Chrome browsers. On October 31st, Google Chrome engineers issued an urgent announcement for the browser across platforms due to two zero-day security vulnerabilities, one of which is being actively exploited in the wild (CVE-2019-13720).
It’s never been more important to make sure your devices are secure and your personal, private data stays private. Now with the McAfee Mobile Security app, we can help make your mobile experience even better than before.
Streaming devices make dumb TVs smart and smart TVs, well, smarter. But as loyal “Hackable?” listeners know, the smarter something is, the more likely it is that it can be hacked. So does that mean that a hacker can interrupt your binge-watching? Or do something worse?