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At least 1.5% of online passwords are compromised, Google has found

New research ] from the tech giant has found that, in the first month of the extension, 1.5% of the users (316,000) that were installed and used the extension were logins known to be unsafe – but Google is looking to change that. [19659002] did not install the extension, and the likelihood that their details are compromised as that did …

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It has been reported that MoviePass changed account passwords to prevent users from seeing movies

According to a recent report from Business Insider MoviePass reportedly resorted to extreme tactics to prevent users from using the main features. Specifically, the report highlights a strategy the company has used to protect users from bankruptcy by changing account passwords to prevent ticket purchases that may cost them money they did not. The Business Insider Report discusses how Ted …

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Loose reaction. Passwords are reset four years after a data breach

In March 2015, Slack announced that it had been hacked the previous month and that a centralized user database had "user names, email addresses, and one-way encrypted (& # 39; hashed & # 39; 😉 Passwords "contains. was retrieved. In some cases, phone numbers and Skype IDs have also been displayed. Slack said there is "no evidence that hackers can …

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Chrome 75 for Android suggests super-strong passwords

The gray bar now also displays a key logo when you tap a login text box. Your passwords will be listed under this logo along with the Manage Passwords option. In addition, you may soon find it easier to scroll through long lists of images and text because the mobile browser supports the "scroll on pause" feature. Developers have the …

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Google Has Been 'Accidentally' Storing Passwords in Plaintext Since 2005

has been "accidentally" stored user passwords in plaintext. G Suite users. ' G Suite users may want to think about alternative cloud computing options. Apparently, Google has been storing passwords in plaintext due to a bug. Google ” width=”1024″ height=”683″ srcset=”https://3xz7gj47vd1t2zgr1q19hmwl-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/shutterstock_169451723-1024×683.jpg 1024w, https://3xz7gj47vd1t2zgr1q19hmwl-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/shutterstock_169451723-300×200.jpg 300w, https://3xz7gj47vd1t2zgr1q19hmwl-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/shutterstock_169451723-768×512.jpg 768w, https://3xz7gj47vd1t2zgr1q19hmwl-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/shutterstock_169451723.jpg 1140w, https://3xz7gj47vd1t2zgr1q19hmwl-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/shutterstock_169451723-750×500.jpg 750w” sizes=”(max-width: 1024px) 100vw, 1024px”/> Bad Google Google typically stores its …

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Google has stored the passwords of some users for years in plain text

Google accidentally saved company passwords in plain text. Image: Chesnot / Getty Images By Johnny Lieu 2019-05-22 04:29:53 UTC Google has announced that the passwords of some business users have been disclosed in clear text. In a blog post on Tuesday, the tech giant claimed to have discovered the problem in Google's popular enterprise product G Suite. in January. When …

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Google has stored some passwords in plain text for fourteen years

In a blog post today, Google announced that a bug was recently discovered that resulted in some parts of G Suite users storing their passwords in plain text. The error has occurred since 2005. According to Google, however, no indication can be found that the password of another user was not properly accessed. Resetting potentially affected passwords and informing G …

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Since 2005, Google has stored some passwords in plain text

It happened again: Google announced today that it is the latest technology company to accidentally store user passwords unprotected in plain text. G Suite users, watch out. Google states that the error has affected "a small percentage of G Suite users". This means that it does not affect individual consumer accounts but some business and corporate accounts that have their …

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