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  • Go Two-Factor or go Home
    Go Two-Factor or go Home
    Logins that require only a password are not secure. What if someone gets your password? They can log in, and the site won’t know it’s not you.Think nobody could guess your 15-character password of mumbo-jumbo? It’s still possible...
  • 5 Habits of Practically Unhackable People
    5 Habits of Practically Unhackable People
    At the start of the year, we all made our resolutions for 2015. Now it’s March—how are you doing on your resolutions? If you’ve already broken a few, no worries; New Year’s doesn’t have the monopoly on making goals to...
  • Fingerprint hacked by a Photo
    Fingerprint hacked by a Photo
    You can’t change your fingerprint like you can change your password. But why would you want to change your fingerprint? The thought might cross your mind if your fingerprint gets stolen.How the heck can this happen? Ask Starbug. He’s a...
  • IEEE
    IEEE Computer Society of Silicon Valley (June 10th Event)
    IEEE Computer Society of Silicon ValleyPresents:Next Generation Authentication for Critical Information SecurityInformation on this FREE Event and registration via EventBrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/next-generation-authentication-for-critical...
  • WWPass
    Passwords are dead: Two-factor authentication with WWpass
    WWPass authentication is an a more security option to the normal password, according to their website, will “gives a user a single PassKey and Access Code to give them access to all of the data, networks, content and other resources they...
  • Multifactor Authentication trumps knowledge based Authentication (KBA)
    Multifactor Authentication trumps knowledge based Authentication (KBA)
    What is knowledge-based authentication? The KBA design asks the user to correctly answer at least one question, a “secret” only the user would know.There are two types of KBA: 1) Answering a question that the user has pre-selected ...
  • Antique Cryptography - The Enigma Machine
    Splitting your password may prevent your information getting hacked
    The Massachusetts (Bedford) IT security firm RSA posted on its website two days ago their new password splitting technology. The new technology is based on a technique referred to as "Split Value Cryptographic Authentication". It's a...
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