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Best antivirus software deals: Five tips to get the biggest discounts on security for your computer

Tired of paying full price for cyber peace-of-mind? We have you covered

Is 2020 the year to smarten up your home?

by Sandra Vogel and Tom Morgan The best smart products on the market make your most-used appliances more accessible than ever. Is now the time to upgrade your home with...

Kids’ karaoke machines and smart toys from Mattel and Vtech among those found to have security flaws

We tested popular smart toys and found several that could put your child at risk of being groomed or seeing inappropriate content.

Samsung urges TV owners to check for viruses

It seems the days of only worrying about your computer being affected by viruses are over. Samsung has now recommended regular virus scans of its high-end QLED TVs in a tweet on its Samsung Support USA Twitter account.

Google suspends dealings with Huawei – should you buy a Huawei phone?

Google reportedly stops supporting future Huawei software updates, putting the future of Huawei phones running Android in doubt.

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Beat the fraudsters with a Best Buy shredder

Keep your data out of the hands of criminals by securely destroying sensitive documents.

How thieves can unlock your luggage using 3D-printed copies of TSA master keys

With just a 3D printer a thief can open locks fitted to the majority of suitcases and bags in just seconds. We know this because we did it ourselves.

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Airport security failing to catch prohibited items

A third of Which? members who told us they’d accidentally taken something prohibited through a UK airport in the last two years said that the item wasn’t discovered.

Which? calls for consumers to be given more control over their personal data

A new Which? report reveals many consumers feel powerless over their personal data and says there should be clearer information about how it's being used.

Hacked master key could be used to open hotel room doors

Electronic locks used by some of the world’s biggest hotel chains are vulnerable to hackers. Research by cyber security firm F-Secure has prompted the world’s largest lock manufacture, Assa Abloy,...

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