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  • How to Secure Your iCloud
    How to Secure Your iCloud
    By now you’ve heard that Jennifer Lawrence’s (and other celebs’) cellphone nude pictures were leaked out, but how in the heck did the hacker pull this off? Tech experts believe it was through the “Find My iPhone” app...
  • Hackers expose celebrity photos stored on iCloud
    Hackers expose celebrity photos stored on iCloud
    Over the years we have heard plenty of stories where celebrities have been targets for hackers. Usually it is a case where their laptop or mobile device has been stolen or social media accounts being breached. These attacks are most always focused...
  • Ladies of "The Talk"
    Ladies on 'The Talk' discussed how changing your password can keep you positive
    One of the hot topics discussed by the ladies on CBS's "The Talk" on Friday was about how a positive password can change your life. Julie Chen, moderator explained to the other co-hosts what experts say about typing a positive code...
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    App prototype may be the end of passwords
    A newly proposed app that is based on the strengths of human memory has been initially tested and shown to improve password memory and to improve security versus present methods of password recognition. The preliminary study was conducted by Dr....
  • The Popular Auction Site Ebay
    Ebay has been hacked
    On Wednesday, the popular online auction site known as Ebay disclosed information about a cyber-attack to their online services. The company reported that so far no financial records or sensitive information were accessed. Ebay is now urging all...
  • Change Your Password. World Password Day
    Change Your Password. World Password Day
    We also say we want to be safe online. Yet sometimes our actions betray our words—especially if we’re using simple, short passwords for our online sites. Passwords with less than eight characters are the easiest to crack, especially if...
  • SpeedyPassword: Password Manager for the Masses
    SpeedyPassword: Password Manager for the Masses
    British Columbia is no stranger to innovation in the technology sector. With the Pacific Northwest also being one of the most popular retirement locations, it make sense that one company out of Vancouver Island is attempting to offer an affordable...
  • AOL encourages all users to change their password and security question at once
    AOL encourages all users to change their password and security question at once
    On Monday, America Online (AOL)announced that all users should change their passwords because there might be a breach on its system. On Tuesday, AOL sent a personal letter to all its users encouraging them to change not only their passwords but to...
  • Xbox password flaw: 5-year-old 'mini hacker' finds a major security flaw in Xbox
    Xbox password flaw: 5-year-old 'mini hacker' finds a major security flaw in Xbox
    By accident, a 5-year-old boy somehow managed to discover anXbox password flawwhich turned out to be a pretty serious security vulnerability in the Xbox Live platform. Kristoffer Von Hassel is a happy 5-year-old living in San Diego who likes video...
  • Xbox Password Flaw
    Xbox password flaw: Leave it to a 5-year-old to expose an Xbox security flaw
    An Xbox password flaw has been revealed by 5-year-old gamer Kristoffer Von Hassel, who exposed an Xbox system loophole that could allow a user to log into another player’s profile absent using the required password.“Microsoft received...
  • Keeping track
    Do you track email when job seeking
    It might sound like a silly question but when job seeking how to you keep track of the businesses you have applied, job sites or positions you want to apply and the passwords being used at these websites? Because this activity can become chaotic a...
  • Twitter password reset
    Error results in Twitter reset password emails
    Twitter freaked out its users on Monday when it sent out password reset emails. The emails weren’t sent to everyone, but the people who did get the emails were notified that a possible security issue involving a third-party was the reason...
  • New year, new Passwords, here’s how
    New year, new Passwords, here’s how
    You must change your passwords like you must change your bed sheets. This is not up to negotiation, thanks to the influx of viruses, malware, phishing sites and key loggers.Changing a password means having a new password for all of your accounts...
  • 25 worst passwords to use: See if your password is on this list
    25 worst passwords to use: See if your password is on this list
    According to the Huffington Post on Jan. 22, the worst passwords for 2013 were listed.The most common passwords used on the internet indicate that many users still don't understand the basics of online security.SplashData, a Los Gatos,...
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    A new 'worst password' king emerges: '123456' dethrones 'password' in 2013
    It is now 2014, and as such, time for all the remaining "Best of 2013" awards to be announced. As Timereported on Monday, one of those awards, really a "Worst of" award, saw the 2012 king dethroned.It was the worst password...