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The definitive guide to password etiquette?

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Troy Hunt is an Australian web security expert and creator of the ‘Have I Been Pwned?’ website that allows internet users to check if their personal data has been breached. In his latest blog post he pulls together information from a number of sources to give a fascinating and very… Read more »

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Password manager apps not infallible

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German researchers have given the thumbs-down to nine widely popular password management apps on Android devices. Password vaults or management applications are widely promoted as the best way to juggle numerous complex passwords. Heck, we often tout the benefits of them. But the researchers argue that software fallibility found in… Read more »

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Super Bowl red face for ISP company

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Naïve US cable giant Charter Spectrum has been ridiculed for urging American Football fans to change their WiFi passwords in support of their teams in the Super Bowl kick-off on 5th February. While adopting ‘Go New England’ or ‘Go Atlanta’ may show commendable team loyalty, it does render a supporter’s… Read more »

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