If you’re not using two-factor authentication on your Facebook account, you should be.
Curious about where the personal information you post on Facebook is going? Check out this Sophos blog post for a quick take on continuing challenges to user privacy at Facebook.
A hacker with ties to the recent LinkedIn, MySpace, and Tumblr data breaches now claims to have gained access to Twitter’s account database. The hacker has allegedly posted the account… Read more »
The same hacker who posted 120 million LinkedIn passwords online last week is now allegedly selling user records for millions of Tumblr, MySpace, and Fling accounts: Social… Read more »
In yet another example of why regularly changing your passwords is a good security practice, hackers have recently begun to sell nearly 120 million passwords… Read more »
Facebook announced the release of a new tool called Security Checkup, which guides users through three steps to help strengthen the security of their accounts.… Read more »
Various universities have reported an increase in the number of attempts to access employee account information by individuals masquerading, in an email or other communication,… Read more »
Many websites and online services, including Facebook, Instagram, Google, and Yahoo, were affected by the recently announced Heartbleed vulnerability. The site linked below has collected… Read more »
When many digital cameras and smartphones snap a photo or record video, they append information about that photo or video to the digital file. This… Read more »
Users of social networking sites and apps often take advantage of URL shortening services, such as tinyURL, Bitly, or goo.gl, to make long, unwieldy website… Read more »