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Sep 12, 2017
How to prevent identity theft problems caused by data breach at EquifaxThough Equifax blamed an unspecified "website application vulnerability" in its attack, a more common risk is bad passwords,
Aug 05, 2017
PSA: Check your passwords against this database of over 300 million stolen credentialsPassword management is a painful chore, but as with all chores, a necessary one. In the digital age, data is everything and it must be protected.
Jul 15, 2017
Netflix is losing around $391 million a year to password sharing, a crackdown might be in the offingAs per Reuters' survey the password sharing, a misnomer for password borrowing is used to spend less on video subscription.
May 10, 2017
Researchers have made a meter that helps users make stronger and easier to remember passwordsThe new meter led users to create stronger passwords that were no harder to remember than passwords created without the feedback.
May 05, 2017
Experts claim that bad passwords are a significant threat to cyber security in IndiaEven though the number of internet users in India is expected to reach 420 million by June, there is still a lack of awareness about passwords among the masses.
Apr 12, 2017
Smartphone motion sensors give can away your PINs and passwordsResearchers at UK's Newcastle University have demonstrated how easy it is to steal a four digit PIN by analysing how much your smartphone tilts as you type.
Mar 22, 2017
Indian Police have allegedly been hacking the accounts of journalists and activists for Scotland YardIt’s hard to believe, but Scotland Yard has allegedly been outsourcing illegal hacking duties to the Indian Police.
Feb 24, 2017
Google clarifies that being signed out of gmail is not part of any phishing attackThe concerned users have reported this incident after fearing that they have lost access to their Google accounts.
Feb 13, 2017
Valentine's Day-centric fake apps surge, increase security risks: Norton Mobile SurveyNearly 59 percent of people who used online dating services or apps on their mobile devices reported experiencing a security problem, a survey by global leader in cyber security Norton by Symantec has revealed.
Feb 10, 2017
Demanding social media passwords for US Visa applications will have a chilling effect on free speechThis is the latest vetting measure, among many others, suggested by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for entry into the US. The suggestion is currently limited to the seven banned countries, but there is no saying if the rule will soon be extended to all persons seeking entry.