Cybersecurity-CNET.com

Here’s the latest cybersecurity, cybercrime, and information security update from CNET.com.

Views expressed in this cybersecurity update are those of the reporters and correspondents.

Accessed on 27 August 2021, 2035 UTC.

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https://www.cnet.com/tech/services-and-software/online/cybersecurity/

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CYBERSECURITY

Best VPN service of 2021

A virtual private network can help maximize your security and anonymity online.

Google One VPN: What you need to know about this privacy tool

Analysis: Google now includes a VPN with its cloud subscription storage service. Here are some of the privacy implications you should know.

Apple gives PC owners a full-fledged password manager. Here’s how to use it

The iCloud for Windows app has been updated with a new feature that gives iPhone users a worthwhile password tool.

Best VPN service for Amazon Fire TV Stick in 2021

Your ISP doesn’t need to know what you’re binge-watching. Here’s how to choose a VPN for your Amazon Fire TV Stick.

Best Mac VPN 2021

These VPN services are flexible, fast and secure for use with Apple’s MacOS.

Google, Amazon, Microsoft unveil massive cybersecurity initiatives after White House meeting

CEOs including Apple’s Tim Cook, IBM’s Arvind Krishna and Amazon’s Andy Jassy were in attendance.

Best antivirus software for 2021

Your Windows PC needs protection against malware — and free antivirus software may not be enough. Here’s the best antivirus protection for Windows 10 and what’s worth paying extra for.

Passwords on the dark web after the T-mobile breach? How to check what was leaked

You might learn too late in the game that your data has been stolen. Here’s how to keep pace with the hackers.

Hacker returns all $610 million in cryptocurrency stolen in cyberattack

One of the largest cryptocurrency thefts ever has finally come to an (unusual) end.

Tim Cook, Satya Nadella reportedly to meet with President Biden

White House visit will focus on cybersecurity issues in critical infrastructure, Bloomberg reports.

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