It’s up to each of us to take proactive measures to protect our information when the inevitable happens and companies that house our data experience breaches. Although we’re powerless to prevent these breaches, that doesn’t mean we can’t mitigate the harm that we personally experience as a result of them. That’s where smart password creation and management comes in.
Too many companies and brands are still not following best practices when it comes to prompting users to create good passwords that are complex and unique. Until they do, it’s up to each of us to protect ourselves.
On March 30, LogMeIn, parent company of LastPass, announced that it will shut down the cross-browser bookmark synchronization service Xmarks. A banner at the […]
A vastly improved version of the RoboForm for Microsoft Edge extension is now available in the Microsoft Store.
According to a 2016 national survey conducted by the Pew Research Center “84% of online adults rely primarily on memorization or pen and paper as their main (or only) approach to password management. In addition, 25% admit to using simple and less secure passwords to assist with memorization.”
Recent advances in biometric technology have now made it possible to cheaply and effectively authenticate individuals based on the unique way that sound is conducted by their skulls.
While no evidence of abuse has currently been found, at least 2,000 Facebook employees searched through the files containing passwords, though it’s not clear as to why.
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