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Free App Stores Passwords, Guards Users From Heartbleed Threats

News of the recent Heartbleed bug threat is barely a week old and it’s amazing what actions have already been taken to protect consumers against the vulnerability. 328 more words

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Change Those Passwords: What You Need to Know About the Heartbleed Bug

On April 7, 2014, news spread of a major encryption flaw known as the Heartbleed bug. While it sounds like something you’d get after a bad breakup, Heartbleed has already been called one of… 750 more words

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5-year-old finds security flaw in Xbox Live

SAN DIEGO – A 5-year-old San Diego boy has outwitted the sharpest minds at Microsoft — he’s found a backdoor to the Xbox.

Kristoffer Von Hassel managed to log in to his father’s Xbox Live account. 103 more words

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WHY YOUR ORGANIZATIONAL DATA NEEDS FILE ENCRYPTION SOFTWARE?

Businesses nowadays have certainly adopted the most revolutionizing invention of the present century, Information Technology. Internet and computers have become a vital part of both of our personal and professional lives without any doubt. 535 more words

Your voice could become your banking password on your smartphone

MONTREAL – With passwords and PINs increasingly being targeted by hackers, speaking could become a new method to access secure accounts.

Voice biometrics — technology that knows who you are based on your voice characteristics — is already being used by banks and telecom companies globally for better security, says Brett Beranek of software company… 461 more words

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EMPLOYER ACCESS TO SOCIAL MEDIA USERNAMES AND PASSWORDS

Increasing numbers of Americans use social media both on and off the job. Recently, some employers have asked employees to turn over their usernames or passwords for their personal accounts. 127 more words

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Document encryption through Passwords.

Hi! Today we will talk about document encryption through Passwords. Imagine that you are James Bond and typing out a top secret document for who else but “M”. 208 more words