More than half of us say we can't remember all our passwords. Which makes sense, given that almost a third of all companies require their employees to remember six or more of them.
Twitter sent out a letter to publications today warning them that more attacks will come in the future and to start preparing now.
Twitter wants wants to make it tougher for bad guys to crack high-profile Twitter accounts. It's about time.
Mat Honan got owned last year and it sucked, but you can still learn his lesson.
A team at UC Berkeley has discovered an mass-marketable way of measuring brainwaves and using them to replace passwords.
A Google developer discovered a number of attacks that could be aimed at Apple App Store, all fixable if Apple turned on HTTPS for all network activity regarding the marketplace. Apple finally took that action 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.
Nok Nok, a company that uses your device's hardware to authenticate you, raised $15M from DCM and Onset Ventures.
When it comes to passphrases, using proper grammar could actually hurt your password, rather than help you remember it.
If Google has its way, you could soon use an electronic ring rather than a password to login to websites.
Heroku was alerted to a security vulnerability that let anyone change an account's password and take over the account. The company reacted quickly, pushing out a fix the next day.
Sorry, employers, it is officially against the law to ask prospective employees for their Facebook passwords in California and Illinois. Two bills banning businesses from the practice took effect Tuesday.
It's time to get your resolutions in for 2013 and while it'd be great to drink more water or get out for a run every morning, you should add getting security savvy to the list.
A programmer found nearly 100,000 unprotected usernames and passwords on the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' servers, according to his analysis released today. The IEEE is now working to clean up the mess.
If you forget your Apple iCloud password, don't expect to hop on the phone to change it. Apple announced today that for the time being, it will no longer change passwords over the phone.
Former Gizmodo staffer Mat Honan's iCloud account was compromised over the weekend after a hacker fooled an Apple Care technician into giving out his account details.
It seems Apple will no longer require you to put in a password when downloading free apps in its latest mobile operating system, iOS 6.
Cult of Mac noticed the change today, a week after Apple released the latest version …
Not content with just the automotive industry, Ford may be moving into the password storage business.
According to a promotional video created by French ad company Ogilvy Paris (spotted by Fast Co Design earlier today), Ford is working on a …
LinkedIn is being sued for a password hack that resulted in millions of passwords being stolen from the business social network and appearing on a Russian forum.
The class action lawsuit comes from a premium (or paying) LinkedIn user Katie …