SplashData has released its list of the worst passwords of 2019, with “dragon” making the list. I also offer some basic password creation/management tips.
The long-standing password creation advice has had a major update by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Their new advice? Passphrases.
Ransomware’s the latest in a line of increased security risks for computers. I’ve listed some basic tips on how to increase your PC’s security.
In a regressive act, Congress has voted to dial back Internet privacy rules. Here’s some tips for how Internet users can boost their online privacy.
Online security has become an increasingly bigger issue recently. Here’s some tips on how to improve one’s own online security.
On top of its security breach two years ago, Yahoo’s reporting another problem: it helped the US government spy on all users’ emails. As a result, many are opting to delete their Yahoo accounts.
A list of suggested alternatives for various popular Yahoo services. These alternatives range from Flickr and mail to Yahoo’s weather app and its search feature itself.
Two-factor authentication (2FA for short) has gained traction in recent years. This is thanks to an increased focus on online security, plus a response to some of passwords’ downsides.
Yet another security breach has happened, and this time, the victim’s Yahoo. Yahoo’s reported that a security breach has led to a whopping 500 million users’ information stolen. Once again, it’s time to change passwords.
Google’s pushing for HTTPS usage on websites much harder. Soon, Google’s Chrome browser will start indicating HTTP-only pages as being “broken” or insecure, starting with the January 2017 release of its browser.