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 »
Many of today’s websites include mechanisms that monitor your online activities. These can include anything from cookies that maintain your site preferences to embedded tracking… Read more »
The SANS (Sysadmin, Audit, Network, Security) Institute publishes a monthly newsletter called OUCH! that address current security awareness issues. This month’s newsletter covers the importance… Read more »
One of the biggest security risks in the social networking arena is third-party applications; those quizzes, games, and special offers you often find on sites… Read more »
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