WASHINGTON — Some people never learn. And, by the way, they’re not very creative. The 2014 list of worst Internet passwords, as compiled by the security company SplashData, shows many users continue to put themselves at risk…
Despite warnings from security experts, many people use the same password for many or all of their accounts. Ken Colburn of Data Doctors has tips for managing passwords.
After some Yahoo email addresses and passwords were stolen, it\’s a good time to make some security changes to your email account even if you\’re not a Yahoo mail user.
Starbucks executives confirm the company\’s mobile app, the most used mobile-payment app in the United States, has been storing usernames, email addresses and passwords in clear text, according to Computerworld.
Well passwords could be a thing of the past as companies, like PayPal, develop new ways to verify consumers\’ identities.
Data analysis researchers find 1234, 1111 and 0000
make up 20 percent of all four-digit pass codes.
Despite repeated reports of passwords
leaking online, people are still choosing ones
that are easy to hack, a new report
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