Third-party password breaches are the easiest means for hackers to break into your Gmail accounts: Google
Research conducted by Google and the University of California, Berkeley attempt to come up with a better understanding about how hacks attempt to hijack accounts online.
Password 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.
According to Facebook's Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos, the company buys passwords that hackers are selling in the black market and cross-references them with encrypted passwords used on their platform.
A digital security firm has revealed that the incidence of reported data breaches has risen by 15 percent in the first half of 2016 as compared to the second half of 2015.
Your Yahoo account information and passwords along with that of several hundred million other users might have already been stolen.
Google and Dashlane are collaborating on a project that will make passwords obsolete. The project is called Project YOLO (You Only Login Once) and is planned as an Open API for developers.