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    How much Internet users would sell their passwords for

    How much Internet users would sell their passwords for For all the talk of digital rights - and the Big Brotherly tentacles of Big Tech — a surprising number of Americans would sell even their most sensitive data, sometimes for a song. In fact, according to research commissioned by Okta, which...
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    How South Africans create and remember their passwords

    How South Africans create and remember their passwords Research by Kaspersky has found that the vast majority of South African users think up their own passwords rather than using a password manager. The study found that 87% of South African users think up their own passwords while 72% are...
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    8 truths about employee passwords

    8 truths about employee passwords
  4. Kevin Lancaster

    Why we should not know our own passwords

    Why we should not know our own passwords Since 2009, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents have been allowed to search electronic devices carried by citizens or noncitizens as they cross the border into the United States from other countries. More recently, Homeland Security Secretary...
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    Most popular passwords on porn sites

    Most popular passwords on porn sites An analysis of over 300 million compromised adult website accounts reveals the most commonly-used passwords.
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    Your wireless keyboard can give away all your passwords

    Your wireless keyboard can give away all your passwords Wireless keyboards from eight companies suffer from the KeySniffer vulnerability, allowing attackers to glean passwords, credit card numbers, and security questions and answers.
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Buying and selling passwords online

    Buying and selling passwords online Data breaches are a regular part of the cyberthreat landscape.
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    There must be smarter security than a ban on dumb passwords

    There must be smarter security than a ban on dumb passwords In cyberspace we are facing password fatigue, caused by having to recall endless streams of unrelated numbers and letters at odd times.
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    Critical zero-day flaws in Apple’s iOS & OS X could allow hackers to steal passwords

    Critical zero-day flaws in Apple’s iOS and OS X could allow hackers to steal passwords Source
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    The world's worst passwords

    Worst passwords in the world If you use any of the passwords on this list, you are at serious risk of being hacked
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    Passwords? (Almost) forget about them

    Forget your online passwords Alistair Fairweather doesn’t need to remember any of his online passwords anymore, which means he can make them longer and more secure. Here’s how.
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    Worst passwords in the world

    Worst passwords in the world New research from Trustwave’s SpiderLabs using around 2 million passwords reveals the most common passwords globally
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    Active Directory Password change log Help needed

    Hey guys I'm sitting with another issue that I need help with. I know that you can check when the user last changed his AD password... BUT, the thing is.... How do I check the dates that this user changed his password since the day his account was created? Is there some sort of powerShell...
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    Bad online passwords: are you guilty?

    Bad online passwords: are you guilty? Do you use the same password for all online accounts? Or do you write down your passwords somewhere?
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    Worst passwords of the year (2012)

    Worst passwords of the year (2012) If you are using 123456, qwerty, monkey, letmein or trustno1 as a password, it may be time for a change
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    Intel looks for alternatives to passwords

    Intel wants to ditch passwords Intel looks to do away with passwords on future devices, by introducing new ways in which devices will recognise users
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    ISPs address website security concerns

    ADSL ISP website security concerns Internet Service Providers respond to security concerns that were recently raised
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    The worst online passwords you can use

    The worst online passwords you can use If your password is in the list of worst passwords to use, it is time to change it now
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    Wi-Fi security issue found on HTC devices

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    T-Mobile staff data and passwords hacked and published

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