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Google's password verification feature integrates with Chrome

Google released its Chrome password verification extension in February, which notifies users when they enter a combination of password and username that they know is in jeopardy. This extension was downloaded by more than 650,000 people and was used to scan 1.5 percent of all applications. In the near future, Chrome will have a built-in password verification, so users will …

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Password disclosure error removed by the LastPass extensions

Still image of the long-standing, but currently no longer existing Gameshow. Password. LastPass Password Manager developers have fixed a vulnerability that allowed websites to steal credentials for the last account that the user logged in with the Chrome or Opera extension. The vulnerability was discovered late last month by Google Project zero researcher Tavis Ormandy, who privately reported it to …

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How to Change Your Twitter Password

As we learned today, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is not immune to endangering his own account on his social network. Shortly after 4 pm Eastern Time his official Twitter account published CNN racist and insulting posts. These tweets were deleted quickly. Twitter's official communications office confirmed that Dorsey's account was actually hacked and that "what's happening is being investigated." Engadget …

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You just need a password manager

In addition, there are still the accounts we need to keep the light on, making it impossible to remember every single password. It's enough to get someone to turn the internet around the table. (I wish it was possible, I really do.) Every time we try to do anything online, we have a lot of problems with password fatigue. Password …

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You should now update your sprint password

Change your account password immediately with Sprint customers, especially if you own a Samsung device A serious security breach occurred on June 22. Hackers used an undefined vulnerability on a Samsung promotional website to retrieve Sprint customer information. Sprint has not yet announced how many accounts were affected or how long the information could be accessed. Therefore, it is not …

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If you've ever used Flipboard, change your password now

Flipboard The popular news aggregator Flipboard announced today that an unauthorized third party accessed some databases containing users' account information. The databases were accessed between June 2, 2018 and March 23, 2019 and between 21 April 2019 and 22 April 2019 "several times". Vulnerable user account information includes usernames, email addresses, and passwords. The databases also included digital tokens that …

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Microsoft admits that expiring password rules are useless

Have you ever had to change your password for no reason? Facebook It used to be annoying. Well, it's useless. Microsoft has admitted that one of the biggest scourges of our time, the password reset rule, is a bunk. "When people are assigned or forced to create passwords that are too difficult to remember, they are written down to where …

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Security studies show that millions of people use 123456 as a password

Image copyright AFP Caption Liverpool FC leads the list of Premier League club names used as passwords Millions of people use easy-to-guess passwords for sensitive accounts, a study suggests. Analysis by the British National Cyber ​​Security Center (NCSC) found that 123456 is the most commonly used badge identifier. The study helped uncover the gaps in cyber-knowledge that could jeopardize the …

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