For many of us, getting our Gmail accounts hacked would be the end of the world. Don’t let that happen! All it takes it three easy steps to keep your account secure.
Password leaks happen all the time, and there’s a chance one of your accounts will be involved, if it hasn’t happened already. So what can you do to keep your accounts safe?
Apparently over 32 million Twitter accounts and passwords have been leaked, according to TechCrunch. Learn how to see if your account is affected, and secure your account before it’s too late.
Would you mind if someone peeked through your OneNote notebooks or had access to your Word documents? If your answer is yes, let us show you how to protect your Office files.
Remember when passwords didn’t have to be complicated? When PINs were easy to remember? Those days are gone, and cybercrime risks mean fingerprint scanners are next to useless. It’s time to start using passcodes…
LastPass is an excellent way to protect your passwords, but some default settings could use help, Here are a few you should change.
A hacker is selling 117 million hacked LinkedIn credentials on the Dark web for around $2,200 in Bitcoin. Kevin Shabazi, CEO and founder of LogMeOnce, helps us to understand just what is at risk.
Reports that a massive leak of webmail accounts includes a huge number of credentials never…
The accounts of more than 7 million members of Lifeboat were compromised earlier in the year, and the data has reportedly been sold to the highest bidders on the Dark Net.
Yyou’ve probably heard the phrase “brute force attack.” But what, exactly, does that mean? How does it work? And how can you protect yourself against it? Here’s what you need to know.
For some reason, Windows 10 sometimes doesn’t save the passwords to Wi-Fi networks. Here’s one way to fix the issue!
Passwords that are hard to crack are also hard to remember. Want to be safe? You need a password manager. Here’s how they work and how they keep you safe.
You should never share your passwords. But you do, don’t you? That’s why we’re going to show you how to share your passwords while keeping your accounts as secure as possible.
If you find two-factor authenication a pain, you’ll be happy to hear that there is now another option. Let’s take a look at how YubiKey can make your online accounts more secure.
Wouldn’t it be nice to know if someone was bumming access to your Netflix account without your knowledge? Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to know if that’s happening.
By now, everyone should be using a password manager. In fact, not using a password manager puts you at greater risk of being hacked!
We’re almost two months into the new year, but there’s still time to make a positive resolution. Forget drinking less caffeine – we’re talking about taking steps to safeguard online security and privacy.
Coming up with memorable, strong passwords can be difficult — so let an app do it for you!
Microsoft wants you to build modular PCs, Netflix passwords are dirt cheap to buy, MixRadio is no more, Sony thinks E Ink is the future, and Kanye West begs Mark Zuckerberg for money.
Is it stealing to share your Netflix password with others? We surveyed people asking this very question; here’s what we found out.
The worst passwords of 2015 have been released, and they’re quite worrying. But they show that it’s absolutely critical to strengthen your weak passwords, with just a few simple tweaks.
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If iCloud Keychain isn’t quite what you’re looking for, then one of these third-party password management apps might be a better option.
People keep using terrible passwords, WhatsApp is now completely free, AOL is considering changing its name, Valve approves of a fan-made Half-Life game, and The Boy With a Camera for a Face.
Ever forget the password for a Wi-Fi network? These Android root-only apps can help.