Posts tagged "password"

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Why Usernames & Passwords Are A Thing Of The Past, And How To Cope With This

31st August, 2014
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5 Ways To Generate Secure Passwords On Linux

7th August, 2014
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Everything You Need To Know About Windows Phone 8.1 Security

5th August, 2014
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FREE GUIDE: Simplifying and Securing Your Life with LastPass and Xmarks

9th July, 2014
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6 Tips For Creating An Unbreakable Password That You Can Remember

13th June, 2014
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How To Recover A Hacked Microsoft Account & Prevent Future Hacks

5th June, 2014
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Change Your Bad Habits & Your Data Will Be More Secure

26th May, 2014
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What You Need to Know Before Investing in Cryptocurrencies

23rd May, 2014
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Has Your Online Security Been Breached? 6 Signs That Say It Has

7th May, 2014
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9 Password Managers To Make Use Of [We Ask You Results]

23rd April, 2014
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Heartbleed – What Can You Do To Stay Safe?

11th April, 2014
two-step-verification

Can Two-Step Verification Be Less Irritating? Four Secret Hacks Guaranteed to Improve Security

9th April, 2014
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Massive Bug in OpenSSL Puts Much of Internet At Risk

9th April, 2014
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Security Expert Bruce Schneier On Passwords, Privacy and Trust

20th March, 2014
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Secure Your Windows Phone With Passcodes & Backups

4th March, 2014

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Heartbleed – What Can You Do To Stay Safe?

April 11, 2014

The Heartbleed SSL vulnerability is making headlines around the world – and misreporting in the press and online is causing confusion. How can you stay safe and ensue your personal details aren’t leaked? What Is Heartbleed? Well, It’s Not A Virus You’ve probably heard Heartbleed described as a virus. This isn’t the case: in fact, […]

secure-server

Massive Bug in OpenSSL Puts Much of Internet At Risk

April 9, 2014

If you’re one of those people who’ve always believed that open source cryptography is the most secure way to communicate online, you’re in for a bit of a surprise.

skeleton-key

6 Tips For Creating An Unbreakable Password That You Can Remember

June 13, 2014

You can lock every door and window of your house, but if you use a skeleton key the odds are pretty good someone is probably going to end up robbing you blind. The same is true of your passwords. If your passwords are not unique and unbreakable, you might as well open the front door […]

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How to Get Your Identity Stolen in One Easy Step

November 21, 2013

Would you feel comfortable if a stranger got hold of your hard drive? Most people think deleting files is safe. The bad guys know better. We show you how your privacy can be compromised.

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