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Many may have found emails from Twitter in their inboxes this morning informing them that their accounts may have been compromised.
SplashData has revealed its "25 Worst Passwords of the Year" List for 2011, and once again "password" tops the list.
my1login launches free ‘password strength meter’ in a bid to encourage safer password management practices...so, how ‘hackable’ is YOUR password? (PRWEB)
There’s an old saying about a fence which was once widely universal, suggesting that these safeguards only kept the good people off of your property or out of your house.
Internet users are increasingly asked to register with a user name and password before being able to access the content of many sites.
A new report by SplashData warns that web users need to make sure that their passwords across email, banking and other digital services more complicated in order to avoid their personal information being compromised.
BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- In today's information age, we use passwords daily to log into computer accounts, retrieve email and share files on social media sites. Unfortunately, as our password usage rises, so does our risk of having those passwords stolen by hackers.
BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to safeguarding personal information online, many people leave their virtual keys in the front door.
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