Maybe we need to set OKCupid up on a date with a security expert.
Apple introduced the two-factor authentication option for securing your iCloud accounts today.
Editor’s Pick Many of us don’t know how many accounts we have online, though it’s likely hundreds. Not knowing where you information is puts us at risk for losing that information.
Jawbone, which creates speakers and fitness devices, announced it was hacked this morning. Emails and hashed passwords were compromised.
Twitter admitted today that it was hacked recently, saying “the attack was not the work of amateurs, and we do not believe it was an isolated incident.”
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David Marcus, PayPal’s new president, is stepping in where his customers service fails. He sent out a personal e-mail to Build Conference creator Andy McMillan after the distraught PayPal user nearly lost $62,000 when two of his accounts were locked down.
You’ve always suspected that “social media expert” with 57,000 followers and 34,000 tweets — all quotes from historical figures — was just faking it until, possibly, making it.
Last night the news broke that Yahoo had a security breach and 435,000 usernames and passwords had been hacked. Particularly troubling? The login credentials are in plaintext, not even encrypted.