Researchers from MIT and Harvard University developed a system to enforce private browsing protections without any help from the user's web browser.
According to security firm Menlo, many popular websites are more vulnerable to internet security threats such as typosquatting and background attacks than their reputations would suggest.
A safer internet starts with us all. What will you pledge to do this Safer Internet Day to help raise security awareness and promote a better browsing experience for our children?
As the fabric of the internet evolves, security professionals must be aware of DNS security threats, such as DDoS attacks and schemes designed to direct users to malicious websites.
Mozilla will advance cybersecurity education by teaming up with Have I Been Pwned to notify users if they are using a site that has been recently breached.
Quad9 goes far beyond standard DNS name resolution to improve privacy, security scalability and ease of use.
Kids are online more than ever, and parents don't always know exactly what they're doing. How do adults make sure Internet safety is a top priority?