News and Articles About Password Security
Taking even the most basic security steps makes it far less likely hackers will make the effort to break in.
firstname.lastname@example.org, really? As if the real-life Iron Man would use a lame email address like that. Or would he?
You don't want to get 'pwned,' as the gamers say. But you don't have a photographic memory. So, what should you do?
If your account is vulnerable then you should've already been notified; so if your inbox is empty and you can still sign in then you don't have anything (more than usual) to worry about.
The not-from Zuckerberg tweet on his timeline suggests that the Facebook CEO's password was simply 'dadada,' and it told anyone reading to simply direct message the account to obtain additional proof of the hack.
There is no absolute security on the Internet but the basic protections people could take are often skipped as inconvenient.
Passwords are simply no longer protecting tech users. They now need something much more powerful.
Can one person protect their data when governments and large corporations routinely report cyberthefts? Actually, you can.
Here's how you can simplify the process of using a strong, unique password for every website you will ever log on to.
Sixth-grader Mira Modi is on a roll peddling Diceware passwords, and she says it's 'so much better' than being popular in school.
With the new Account Key feature, users of the Yahoo Mail app are no longer required to type in their passwords.
Few small businesses can afford optimum cybersecurity measures but many aren't even taking the precautions they have available.
People have concerns about cybersecurity -- and with password habits like these, they should.
From "Mr. Feet on the Ground" to "Ms. Head in the Cloud," these employee personalities help you find the holes in your system.
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