With all the data breaches that happened during 2016 – just think back to the 32 million Twitter passwords on the Dark Web or the time we found out that Mr. Zuckerberg’s password was ‘dadada’ –one should think that people have managed to notice that password security is a good idea and somewhat important. Think […]
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The result of the recent LinkedIn, Tumblr and Myspace breaches will be a virtual crime wave as hackers take stolen credentials and unlock other accounts across the web, say experts.
Microsoft says enterprises need to ban common passwords and rethink outdated ideas about what makes a strong password.
More than 100 million LinkedIn usernames and passwords for sale on dark web as 2012 breach comes back to haunt business-savvy social network.
Researchers claim major banks are implementing poor password policies and leaving customers vulnerable to brute force “key-search” attacks.
Be honest: You’ve been waiting for the list since the New Years. I know I have. Why? It’s probably some kind of voyeurism. For some reason it’s also immensely satisfying to cringe about the horrbile passwords that people are using in their ignorance and knowing that yours is better. Hopefully.
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A dump of 10 million sanitized usernames and passwords was released online, sparking debate over its legality in light of proposed changes to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.