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Two-Factor Authentication Now Supported

Security is important to us at Coin Cafe, so we’re excited to announce that two-factor authentication (2FA) is now available to all of our users. 165 more words


Google takes another stab at killing passwords

Sayonara, “password,” and fare thee well, “123456”: Google’s testing a new way of logging in with mobile phones instead of flimsy (though depressingly, persistently popular… 616 more words


Fitbit users fall victim to account takeovers. Don't reuse passwords!

Online crooks have recently broken into dozens of Fitbit accounts using leaked email addresses and passwords from third-party sites.

BuzzFeed reports that it’s discovered at least 24 cases of attacks that took place in December. 484 more words


22 Sites Where You Should Enable Two Factor Authentication RIGHT NOW

The reason we have passwords is to make it harder for attackers to get to our stuff. Ideally, strong passwords ensure that we’re the only ones who can access our email inboxes, our social media profiles, our bank accounts, and our… 430 more words


"Most Hated Man in America" Martin Shkreli's Twitter feed hijacked

On Saturday, “Most Hated Man in America” Martin Shkreli – he who raised the price of a life-saving AIDS pill from $13.50 to $750 and who pleased much of the nation last week by… 419 more words


Your New Year's Password Resolutions

Well, 2016 is nearly upon us and what better time to consider some password related resolutions!

Change your damn passwords

Have you been logging into online banking with the same “really good” password for the past seven years?   249 more words

Two things you need to do to your PayPal account right now

At present there are around 173 million active PayPal accounts, according to information clearinghouse Statista.

That is, collectively, a LOT of money sitting out there connected to the internet. 451 more words