Tag: online security

3 billion Yahoo accounts have been breached. What to do if yours is one of them.

Epic third-party breaches may be unavoidable, but by taking the proper password precautions, before and after, you can greatly mitigate potential damages. 

The Equifax Data Breach: How to Safeguard Your Information

While the there is no evidence of “unauthorized activity on Equifax’s core consumer or commercial credit reporting databases, if you have a credit file with Equifax, there’s a chance at least some of your data may have been involved in this breach. 

RoboForm 8 Feature Highlight: How Strong is Your Password?

Our tool takes into account all known bad password habits and patterns, increasing the reliability of your strength rating.

RoboForm 8 Feature Highlight: Secure Sharing

If and when you need to share specific passwords, it is important that you do so in a secure fashion, ensuring only the selected trusted contacts actually obtain access.

The Crucial Password Lessons From One Man’s Hacked Uber Account

Major hacks routinely happen, with millions of emails and passwords making their way to the dark web, often years before the public is aware the hack occurred.

Cloudbleed: How to Keep Your Logins Safe After the Cloudflare Leak

Regardless, if you do have an account with a site you believe may have been affected by Cloudbleed, there are some safety precautions you can take. One is to change your password. Another is resetting session tokens by logging in and out.

Password Security Survey Results- Part 2

Just imagine the amount of time wasted when 10% of an office loses more than 30 minutes of file access each time they forget a password…

Password Security Survey Results- Part 1

While it may seem convenient to allow your browser to save your passwords, it actually presents a pretty serious security risk.